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okay, will try to make this short, found out about 2 years ago that my ex committed identity theft. She opened credit card and signature loan accounts as well as purchased a home. The kicker with the mortgage loan is that the dealer (mobile home) personnel assisted by signing off on the loan, notarizing documents and attesting to the loan for my ex-wife even though I never appeared. My ex stated I was in the military in Saudi and that I couldn't appear. There are no supporting documents with this loan. I have talked to several attorneys but they don't want to sue the dealer but I feel they are liable and need to be punished for their negligence. Please help????


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Oh, and lets not forget the ticking "statute of limitations" clock. Depending on where you are (see the red text at the top of the screen??) it could have already expired on several of your issues.

And since your post says, that you "found out about 2 years ago", we assume that the actual occurence was MORE than 2 years ago....

Tick, tock, tick, tock, B-O-O-M!!!!!!


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