Here is my situation, my best friend sister is trying to accuse me of putting accounts in her name. About 4 years a gas bill was put in her name at my address, (how I have no clue), A bill or anything never came to the house. She wanted to press charges against me but decided not to. I still dont know till this day how that happened. Now here we are 4 yearl later now all of a sudden, she tells my best friend that she is pressing charges against me because of a Wachovia, First USA Bank, and a Citibank accounts are opened under her name. She CLAIMS the investigators have led the accounts to me and that an investigator is coming to my job and she wants me in Jail. I tell you I never did any of this. So, I went to go talk to a lawyer and he told me that she may be pulling my strings and If a investigator does come to my job, not to talk with him, just contact your attorney. This is totally frustrating, how can they trace that back to me when I never opened accounts under her name. And how weird is this, the Citibank credit card is open and current, now who is gonna open up an account in someone's name and keep it current. I've never even heard of a First USA bank credit card. She says it was open Dec 31, 2005. OK now that November my brother passed away, I was still dealing with that situation. I feel like I am being set up.
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