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According to The Columbus Telegram, 43-year-old Michael Schnelle has been charged with identity theft and related theft crimes. Schnelle, a manager of a rent to own store in Columbus, Nebraska, allegedly opened fraudulent accounts using customers' social security numbers and fake names. According to law enforcement, over $250,000 was charged on fraudulent accounts. Identity theft is … Continue reading STORE MANAGER CHARGED WITH ID THEFT FOR USING CUSTOMERS’ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS TO OPEN ACCOUNTS
Every year Super Lawyers selects attorneys from all firm sizes and over 70 practice areas throughout the United States. Super Lawyers recognizes lawyers for performance based on peer recognition. Through the selection process, while no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are named to Super Lawyers, only 2.5 percent of the … Continue reading Attorney Micah Adkins Rated by Super Lawyers as a 2017 Mid South Rising Star
In a recent decision, a district court denied a user's motion to dismiss citing Spokeo under the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA"). Green, III v. Rentgrow, Inc. and Trans Union, LLC, Case No.: 2:16-cv-421 (E.D. Va, Nov. 10, 2016). Facts: Walter Green, III, received a credit monitoring alert that RentGrow obtained a copy of his … Continue reading Court Denies RentGrow’s Motion to Dismiss Under Spokeo
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE CREDIT BUREAUS VERIFY CREDIT REPORT ERRORS? Have you made a dispute to a consumer reporting agency, such as Equifax, Experian or Trans Union? Did the credit reporting agency verify false information? The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a federal law that provides consumers in all 50 states with rights, including … Continue reading WHAT HAPPENS IF THE CREDIT BUREAUS VERIFY CREDIT REPORT ERRORS?
Some US banks awash in ID theft tax-fraud proceeds as IRS cracks down Reuters Blogs (blog) Identity-theft tax fraud schemes typically involve using an unwitting victim's name, social security number and date of birth to file an online tax return in his or her name and routing the resulting IRS refund payment to an untraceable … Continue reading IDENTITY THEFT IN THE NEWS – WEEKLY UPDATE
Geopolitical analysis company Stratfor has been hit with a lawsuit this week after a computer hacker stole information on thousands of the company's customers. The lawsuit, filed by Stratfor users, claims that information on 90,000 credit card accounts were stolen, as well as 75,000 people's personal information. The lawsuit is seeking more than $50 million in … Continue reading CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT FILED OVER STRATFOR DATA BREACH – THOUSANDS OF CREDIT CARD NUMBERS STOLEN