Someone used my name and I’m now getting informed about me owing for a bowflex that I never ordered and I didn’t even live at the State it was sent to.
I have been in the Navy since 2003 to 2007 towards the end of my enlistment someone used my social and ordered a Bowflex under my name and credit from HSBC. From what I’m understanding it was ordered back in May 2007 for an address I didn’t live at. And I didn’t move back to NJ from FL until November 07 and it wasn’t to that address. Now some creditor name Pressler & Pressler bought the debt and now they sent me a letter to an address I haven’t lived in over a year and they got my bank garnished for 500 out of the 4,850 that I sopposedly owe. I never agreed to pay them back anything and even told them I wasn’t living hear in NJ at that time nor have any knowledge of that order. They refused to lift the order to pay and its now on my credit report. What can I do to get this out of my debt and get my money back from them.
When I Was in the Navy Someone Used My Name and Social Security Number to Buy a Bowflex. - Roberto by Steve Rhode
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