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Back in 2003. Despite detailed records, receipts, complaints to the Department of Justice, police, et cetera. No one helped me or even offered me any advice on how to proceed. As a result, my truck was reposessed in 2004, and despite trying to catch up, my credit still suffered. Fast forward to 2006. Prior to this incident, my credit report was beautiful. I had R1s all the way down the board. I had long, established credit histories, which were all current. Besides the repo, I've also had stuff hit collections. I've NEVER done a charge off because I opted to pay the full amount in hopes that this would look pleasing on my record. Is there really no help or no restitution to repair my credit? I've hit a brick wall each and every time. I'm STILL trying to play catch up to this day. It's frustrating because I want to buy a house, but I'm afraid my score isn't what lenders are looking for. Does my credit score BEFORE mean anything in this case, since I'm a victim of ohio fraud?
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There is some information in my blog about ohio theft that you may find useful in regards to your truck, the new FACTA provision that just went into effect June 1, 2006 has protections from your credit being effected due to items that are a result of ohio theft... but it can be a long road to get it done... If you would like some more info about this.. check out the blog as well as contact me directly... Good luck Either way.
Take all of the information and get copies of the police reports for when you go to the lender. Your credit score is only one part of the equation. If you show them, hey, what happened was f'ed up, I'm doing my best to rebuild my life, they'll look favorably on you. Legally, you are not responsible for debts created in your name which you did not incur yourself. Fraud is fraud is fraud. Have you disputed the records with the Big Three? If you have disputes on file and you can substantiate them, the Big Three have to remove them. Get on the phone with the FBI and FTC and see what they have to say. I could be dead wrong with this, but you should not have paid the companies which allowed loans or whatever to be taken out in your name. It's not your responsibility, and if they can't prove that it was you that took them out, they're up shitcreek without a paddle. There's actually ALOT of laws in place to protect victims of identity theft, and more measures being passed pretty much daily. Have you checked online resources?
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Well i worked in a collection agency for 3yrs 1st get a list of your credit report then be prepared for the next few years to fight for your score you'll need to write to ea credit agency to dispute things that don't belong but once you do that it's recomm that you continue to put a fraud alert on your report hopefully you have a police report but it's up to you to keep up with your credit report (please rem every 3months or so for the next few years you should check to be sure there is still nothing there sometimes it comes bk contact your attorney general office get advise from them also hope you have this problem fixed good luck
Well, the repo could not have been an issue regarding your "identity theft problem". Those are two different matters. Sounds like you are just trying to use that as an excuse....