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  • Submitted: Wed, January 04, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, January 04, 2012

  • Reported By: big bad woolf — livingston Texas United States of America
cit bank
2180 South 1300 E #250 salt lake city, Utah United States of America

cit bank bill me later bilking an elderly person out of over one thousand dollars that she doesnt have to spend salt lake city, Utah

*Consumer Comment: Sounds Like Identity Theft To Me....

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my 72 year old mother was scammed by this organization by debitting her checking account for over $1,400.00 in a one lump sum. She is on a fixed income and does not have the money to purchase things online. I don't know how this group obtained her information but they have basically destroyed my mother's world as she is not in very good health and cannot do a lot for herself. I cannot believe that being a christian that there are people like this that can go to sleep at night and not care about what they are doing to innocent people such as my mother. I am sure that there are a lot of other people that have gotten scammed worse than her and I hope that somehow they can all recover without having serous health conditions!  This will be war as far as I am concerned and I am not through and they have not heard the last of me! Wait and see you sorry leaches and low life scum bag scammers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/04/2012 09:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/cit-bank/salt-lake-city-Utah-84106-3388/cit-bank-bill-me-later-bilking-an-elderly-person-out-of-over-one-thousand-dollars-that-she-818162. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

Sounds Like Identity Theft To Me....

AUTHOR: Jim S - (United States of America)

Do not find fault with the bank; someone posing as your Mom stole the money and the bank would not know the difference.  You need to do a lot of things immediately:

1.  You need to contact the Fraud Department of the bank ASAP because your Mom's identity sounds like it's been stolen.  I would consider closing the account and set up a new one. 

2.  Go to the Police Station and file a police report. 

3.  Then you need to contact the FTC and place fraud alerts on your mother's account with the credit reporting agencies.  You should consider paying for a service either through Experian, Equifax, or Transunion; for about $15/month, you can place fraud alerts on her account, and monitor your Mom's credit report for additional instances of fraud at least monthly..for at least a couple of years until you can resolve the Identity Theft issue. 

4.  You need to contact Social Security because someone has her number as well, and file a report there; you can go either in person to the local SS office, or file a report online. 

5.  You need to contact whoever is responsible in your state for regulating ID's (usually the Motor Vehicle Division of your state) because your ID has been compromised.

For starters, unless the fraud department finds the bank at fault (usually doesn't happen), you're out the $1400.  That's what happens with identity theft.  When you get a copy of your mother's credit history, review it immediately and close any and every account she knows nothing about.  Never mind about all of the Christian talk; in a world filled with greed.....this happens a lot.  Best of luck to you!!
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