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Check Fraud and Debt Collectors

RatherDashingRatherDashing Registered User regular
edited April 2012 in Help / Advice Forum
So recently, I had some fraudulent checks written against my bank account. The bank quickly took care of the charges, and closed the account, so that's all sorted out now. From what I could tell, the person obtained some of my checks (possibly lost a book during my last move, otherwise I don't know how they got them), and was using them to write e-checks of some sort.

So now, since I imagine my bank disputed the charges back to the companies the checks were written to, I'm getting letters from TRS Recovery Services for the funds. Any ideas what to do at this point? The letters indicate any dispute must be sent in writing, so I plan to send a letter for each explaining the situation. Not sure what to do beyond that, or how likely it is that letters will resolve the situation...

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