I spoke on her behalf of LifeLock and it put a fraud alert on her credit reports.
I spoke as if I was her. That two different companies had spoke to me about an order they had recieved from her. I found out later a person had applied for a credit card and had ordered from one of these companies.
My mother has a guardian. No I did commit my mom to any finanical arragement. I just want it off her credit report that she never applied for credit card and I didnt either. Her guardian asked me to speak on her behalf and thought I had right as her Represtive Payee. Do I?
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