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Is there a statue of limitations for identity theft in Pennsylvania

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Is there a statue of limitations for identity theft in Pennsylvania? If so what is it?
It depends on what type of court action you're seeking. Do you want to sue someone civily for using your identity? File ciminal charges? Terminate a contract that someone created for you using your identity?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I would like to press charges,ONLY if he faults on making his payments
Those limits are the earlier of (i) five years afterthe commission of the last illegal act or (ii) one year after the existence ofthe illegal act and the identity of the offender are discovered.
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