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Question: My sister used my name and DOB when she was involved in a car accident The officer just took her word for it she had no proof she was who she said she was. My sister has four warrents. I dont know what I need to do to get out of this mess it just happened yesterday.

Answer: If a person believes that he or she is a victim of identity theft, the person may file a compliant with the Attorney General’s office. The Arizona Attorney General’s website also has an identity theft toolkit and helpline number for more information.

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  • My sister used my name and DOB when she was involved in a car accident The officer just took her word for it she had no proof she was who she said she was. My sister has four warrents. I dont know what I need to do to get out of this mess it just happened yesterday.

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