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    howa4744 is offline Junior Member
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    Unhappy Can any One Interpret The Statute For Misappropriated ID to Obtain Money

    What is the name of your state (Wisconsin).

    Can anyone explain the elements of 943.201(2)(a) Misappropriated Use of ID to Obtain Money.
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    howa4744 is offline Junior Member
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    Thumbs up Learn interpersonal communication

    I have my story straight. If you are an attorney, I can understand your position, but if you are not an attorney, you need to learn INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION BEFORE YOU TALK, TEXT, CHAT, EMAIL OR COMMUNICATE WITH ANYONE!
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    FlyingRon is offline Senior Member
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    Being snarky and shouting at the posters here is not going to get you any response to your questions.

    You have started at least three threads asking the same question but with different stories. In one you say you opened up the account with a social security number that just happened to belong to someone else and in another you say you used your EIN. Sorry, but if you can't be truthful, or at lease consistent, we can't help you.

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