<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by K.:
I have been in a severe depression not that that makes any of this right. i ordered a bunch of computers and stuff using a decesed persons ssn I have not been caught and dont want to i want to send all the stuff back what can i do to keep from being indicted or arrested or anything. i just want to make all this right i feel so stupid for what i did? is there anything i can do right now to make sure i am not punished?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Insofar as the law is concerned, and no matter what you do to rectify the situation, you have committed various felonies; from grand theft, to mail fraud, to wire fraud, etc. and the list just keeps going on. Some of these are State offenses, and others are Federal offenses.
But, at least you have a conscience, and that's the good part. Most criminals are criminals because they have no conscience, and they don't know the difference between right and wrong. You do, however.
Okay, package everything back up, nice and neat. Go to your nearest UPS Delivery, and using a "John Doe", send everything back. Wear gloves.
Then, make a promise to yourself that you will never steal anything again. You could have gotten yourself years of incarceration and fines up the "yazoo" - - and that doesn't even take into consideration the damage to your future.
What are you waiting for? DO IT NOW !!!
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