Mobiloans claims they verify information before opening their accounts for lines of credit are approved and opened. This did not happen and as a result there was a $1700.00 loan taken out in my name which caused my credit score to drop to the point I was denied for a mortgage loan for my family and my new born. Had it not looked like I needed this loan on my report I would have been approved and the lengthy process for me to prove to them it was fraud could have been prevented had they followed their own processes and verified my info. Had that happened there would have been and immediate red flag. Instead this person was able to open the account and spend the money while they contact me for non payment. Please help!
Yes, you may have a case against the lender for failure to prevent Identity Theft. You’ve got to handle it the right way in order to get into court, but most ID Theft Attorneys will check your case out for free and do it for a contingent fee (they don’t get paid unless you win). I recommend you get your situation checked out for free by an Identity Theft Attorney soon!
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