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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Gurinder, Jan 23, 2001.
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I used to work for First USA, unfortunatley not defending them at all trust me, there is an error with updating the mailing addresses with the U.S. Postal service. Unfortunately also there is little that can be done as far as pursuing legal action. Have you reported the account as fraud with First USA. If this is done they will mail you an affidavit to complete and return and once they receive it back they will investigate the account which takes about 90 days from the day they receive your letter back and they are usually pretty good about reaging (updating your credit history) promptly.
I don't understand? How could someone of applied for the card in your name? They would have to know your SSN and DOB? Ususally those offers are just that...*Offers*. You still need to provide them w/ information on yourself.
Actually this is not true. If you receive a pre approved solicitation in the mail someone can complete and it does not require alot of general info. they already have on file. Also if someone takes a solicitation that is in y our name and decides they want that offer so they scratch off your name and fill it out with there info. that will not work it will still be signed up for with your name and social. This is a big misconception people do not realize. A solicitation can only be filled out to pull the credit report for the person it is issued to.
If you did not report it to the Police as soon as you found out about it, it will raise some doubts at the fraud department.
Let me see if I understand this correctly. I receive a "pre-approved" from First USA in the name of my say my brother-in-law I can just sign it (with his name) and a First USA card will came in his name? According to you I don't have to supply a SS # because First USA has it on record? What responablitiy does First USA have to verify that my brother-in-law "really" signed the application?
Exactly! Every pre-approval offer that I have seen has at least asked for signature and SSN!
I don't think so, EVERY preapproval I have ever received atleast requires that you provide a social security number.