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Ultimate_sig 11-19-2012 06:24 PM

My gf was just told she has warrents for a city we dont live in. So somebody used her name and birthday and got tickets in her name witch turned to warrents. What can be done, i dont want to pay an attorney alot cause we got a baby on the way.

So from this situation i found anyone can go on facebook and get someones name and birthday and use it when pulled over how can this be done....just doesnt seem right

mountainman13 11-19-2012 06:35 PM

You will need a lawyer.

Ultimate_sig 11-19-2012 06:39 PM

I just dont see how anyone can do this and get away with it. No pictures were taken or anything....how dumb

mountainman13 11-19-2012 07:17 PM

Identity theft happens and it can be extremely difficult to clear up. Sorry about your troubles.

Flat Tire 11-19-2012 08:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Ultimate_sig (Post 1020168)
sorry about the spelling, i need to slow it down. This forum has many things that are not firearm related. I posted in the legal tier

You can post in here, what are the warrants for ? How old are they ?

jon1992d 11-19-2012 08:54 PM

Dont insult him.. your new to this forum he has every right to ask us for help. We have a lot of very knowledgeable individuals here.

My advice to the op, call around for a good lawyer that deals with identity fraud but stay calm and keep your head up brother!

Shoobee 11-19-2012 09:01 PM

Anytime anyone asks me for my birth date I give them my father's birth date.

He died a long time ago.

Safer that way.

We chased off a burglar the other day who was stealing car plates. Have you checked her car plates lately? Is one of them gone?

It is most likely someone is running around with one of her car tag plates on their own car, and the traffic camera got them. A LEO would ask for a car registration and would not fall for this ploy. Go check and see if she still has both plates on her car.

Usually they will steal the front one, so you don't do anything about it.

What you need to do is call the phone number of the court clerk and talk to him/her. Then tell them the make and model of car, and color, and it should be different from the traffic cam photograph. Better yet, don't tell them at first, ask them what info they have for the car on the warrant. THEN tell them your make and model to disprove it.

Ultimate_sig 11-19-2012 09:11 PM

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Originally Posted by jon1992d

Dont insult him.. your new to this forum he has every right to ask us for help. We have a lot of very knowledgeable individuals here.

My advice to the op, call around for a good lawyer that deals with identity fraud but stay calm and keep your head up brother!

Thanks man, i rememer MY first post(insulting sarcasim)

Yea i think i may bite the bullet and just pay for one. I don't need my prego gf in jail. Money comes and goes but memories are forever. I dont want her to have that memory. She thinks its her sister

robocop10mm 11-19-2012 09:20 PM

We have a person who's sole job it is to clear up these ID theft issues. This can happen if an officer is too busy or too lazy to check. If I stop someone who has no ID, I can check by name and Date of Birth, but I am going to ask a number of questions in an attempt to confirm the ID.

I have Texas DL photo access. I get officers all the time asing for a DL photo. I run what they have and forward the DL pic via message or e-mail so they can confirm ID on the spot.

jon1992d 11-19-2012 09:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Ultimate_sig

Thanks man, i rememer MY first post(insulting sarcasim)

Yea i think i may bite the bullet and just pay for one. I don't need my prego gf in jail. Money comes and goes but memories are forever. I dont want her to have that memory. She thinks its her sister

Ya I was gonna ask if she had family in the state it happened. Its unfortunate but it happens. And money wise your right keeping your family is more important than a piece of paper.


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