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|09-4-2009 - Stolen Identity
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Ok, so back in March my wallet was stolen while i was at Chuck E Cheese with my kids. I reported everything stolen, cancelled credit and debit cards and went in and got a new militarty i.d. Well tonight i went to the emergency depertment cause my head was hurting me so bad i could not take it anymore... Turns out that right after my wallet was stolen i was prescribed 120 oxycontin 80mg tablets. I was like ummm no i did not just get those... turns out that whoever stole my military id went to an orthopaedic surgeon and got prescribed 120 oxycontin.... This just irritates me. Thinking that i need to go and change my ssn now. Who knows what else they have done already that i have not been informed of... ugh.. why is it that people do this, i mean really... and to have the balls to go to a DR?? Thats traceable isnt it? I mean they would have to get an address, and hopefully they gave their real one... well im off to bed, i was locked out for 45 minutes tonight with the police trying to get my report done, but the kids did not wake up so i had to wait for housing to show up to let me in my house... hopefully yall had a better night than me... take care...
3 Comments on Stolen Identitynessa11709
- Thursday, 9 Apr awww im sorry. It happens more and more then people think. this is another tip for everybody...dont ever use ur pin number at gas stations. My aunt used her pin number at a gas pump, a day later her bank was clearer. And my aunt had a good amount in there, and she doesnt make a HUGE amount of money either so ofcourse every bit counts. Nothing is safe anymore. I hope everything works out babe. Cpalmer
- Thursday, 9 Apr Oh my...so sorry that has happened to yot hun! Same thing happened to hubby a few years back and the guy had used his s.i.n (live in canada- same as ssn) to get work and worked under his name and got his gst and tax return so needless to say that completely messed up hubbys stuff...i hope they catch this person and everything works out! xx. DiandClover
- Thursday, 9 Apr Oh, that's terrible! Hopefully they were the type of thief with just enough smarts to know how to pull off medical fraud like that, and nothing else - and yes it would be able to be traced, however I'm thinking your addressed ID might have come into play to get them the drugs they wanted. To get such a controlled substance like Oxycontin they have to provide detailed information - usually with picture ID... I'd like to know what hospital/clinic dropped the ball on that one!! Where I live you practically need a note from God in order to be prescribed Oxy - there was some major system abuse a few years back and they really tightened up the rules. I would call the SSN administration and see what they have to advise about your #.