Can i sue AT&T for their employee using my information to set up a DIRECTTV NOW account without my permission under a fake emai?
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I've seen alot of cases where service provider employee's set up fraudulent accounts. Sounds like you have a pretty good identity theft case against AT&T I would talk to a local identity theft attorney asap. Should be able to find someone near you with the "find a lawyer" search tool on Avvo.
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