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Can fraud be an applicable case towards me if I were to file fraud for an individual who claimed my checks?

I used to work with an acquaintance with whom I trusted for quite sometime but it turns out that he has been using my checks on my behalf so that he could claim some of my salary, If I knew the individual who stole checks from my possesion and used them on my behalf without my knowledge would I still be able to redeem the money that I had lost?

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    Whenver you file for fraud documents you should be able to receive your money back without any problems just as long as you are to include information on the individual who has been using your name on your behalf, in doing so you should also be able to show identification of proof that you are that individual, and a case of fraud will be filed on the individual who has committed that said Fraud

    2020.03.24 15:44

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