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Complaint Review: Teresa A. Miller
Teresa A. Miller, New York U.S.A.
"Mask of Deceit or Teresa A. Miller - If you see her, call the postal inspector & stay away from her
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in january 2001 my ex-girl left me and hid with a man she found on the internet. my parents and my friend found alot of information my ex-girl left behind. ( paper trail )
these papers showed us alot about what she did when she wasn't with me. she spent alot of time on the webtv. with the information i found, in time my friend and i found out where she moved to to aviod being found. my friend and i did our own
in one month we found out she had something that didn't belong to her in mail she left behind. copies of my federal firearms license.
my friend and i found one copy in february. i had to report my findings to the law. by the next day of that same month another was found by my parents. this made me upset. by law no one is allowed to even have a copy unless you are a dealer or a business who deals with that license. another report was made on this.
a month goes by and i find out she was fakeing her disability. medication left behind was never taken in all the many months she was with me. reported her to inspectors generals office for investigation. by march we was getting close to finding her.
we found out where she was by a email sent to me by her new friend. we sent her a email explaining to her she is going to court.
she tried to make a complaint on me. but that only got her in more trouble with the law. by the end on march she packed up her things and left new york for another state to hide from the law.
she found out i turned her in to the law for her illegal crimes. in april my friend and i started to get bills and magazines that we never ordered. i contacted the magazine companies and explaned our problems only to find someone had ordered magazines in march for my friend and i.
i asked for copies of orders. they explained they needed written permision from both of us. each company sent us copies of orders.
we matched up the orders with pen pal cards my ex-girl left behind.
my friends matched her written orders. mine didn't. we think it was from her new friend. but we had no proof at that time. we decided to contact the postal inspector with our findings. he ask us to send all copies to him for investigation. and was told to call federal trade commission with our problem. we found out she committed a crime called mail fraud, and identity theft.
they needed all information on what she has done before this and what we found to date. 9 months go by and no one has
found her yet. we do know one thing she is never far from her family. so its possible she is in contact with them. we hope they realize they are in the same trouble as her. if she is a wanted by the law and some one hides her. they to can be in trouble.
so most likely your asking me why ? why go out on a limb and go after her ? suppose you didn't know. didn't know what she could have done to hurt my family and me or my friend.
she as no conscience, doesn't care who get hurts. just cares about several things, money,power, and things. no love. she deciets men to do her bidding. with no care for anyone.
heres a picture of her. if she is seen by anyone please call your
nearest postal inspector.
her name is theresa a miller or possible will use a fake name to hide her identity.
please tell that postal inspector where she was seen. have that postal inspector call the new york office at 516-932-4580
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/04/2002 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Teresa-A-Miller/New-York/Mask-of-Deceit-or-Teresa-A-Miller-If-you-see-her-call-the-postal-inspector-stay-awa-10593. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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