Credit report shows fraud

  • Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The victim told Summerville Police that someone had used his personal information to obtain a Time Warner account. The victim said when he pulled his credit report he found an outstanding debt for $110 payable to Enhanced Recovery Collection Services.
The account was reportedly activated in 2007. The victim told police he was in Afghanistan at that time and did not return until 2008.
The collection agency advised him to file a police report.


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