Identity Theft Facebook Imposter Fraud Felony

October 30, 2013

Convicted felon, Richard Wayne Bennett (or whatever name he is using or has used in the victimization of the unsuspecting) is up to his old tricks, yet again… This time, maquerading as David Masters on Facebook in an effort to conduct defamation and to assualt the credibility and integrity of other friends and victims.

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According to reports, some 40+ breaches of security and crimes were committed by Bennett while impersonating Masters (using a photo taken at PFC Aaron Fairbairn‘s BASIC graduation ceremony) on the fraudulent Facebook profile.

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Super-Wanted-Felon-Richard-BennettIn a moment of transparency, Richard (Wayne) Bennett says, “I have been scamming on the Internet for many years now and nobody can do anything about it.”

That may, or may not, be true as many reports have been made to the proper authorities. According to the FBI, Bennett is guilty of “social enigineering,” a federal cybercrime (to add to a laundry list of crimes that this convicted felon is currently wanted for).

What should you do if your a victim of identity theft by a psychopath, fraudulently posing as you on Facebook, or any other social media?

If you’re a victim of identity theft, get a police report from your local police department.

United-States-Department-of-JusticeAccording to the United States Department of Justice:

If you think you’ve become a victim of identity theft or fraud, act immediately to minimize the damage to your personal funds and financial accounts, as well as your reputation. Here’s a list — based in part on a checklist prepared by the California Public Interest Research Group (CalPIRG) and the Privacy   Rights Clearinghouse — of some actions that you should take right away:

1. Contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to report the situation, whether Online,

2. By telephone toll-free at 1-877-ID THEFT (877-438-4338) or TDD at 1-866-653-4261, or

3. By mail to Consumer Response Center, FTC, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.,   Washington, DC 20580.

Under the Identity   Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act , the Federal Trade Commission is responsible for receiving and processing complaints from people who believe they may be victims of identity theft, providing informational materials to those people, and   referring those complaints to appropriate entities, including the major credit   reporting agencies and law enforcement agencies. For further information, please check the FTC’s   identity theft Web pages . You can also call your local office of the FBI or the U.S. Secret Service to report crimes relating to identity theft and fraud.

You may also need to contact other agencies for other types of identity theft:

1. Your local office of the Postal Inspection Service if you suspect that an identity thief has submitted a change-of-address form with the Post Office to redirect your mail, or has used the mail to commit frauds involving your identity;

2. The Social Security Administration if you suspect that your Social Security number is being fraudulently used (call 800-269-0271 to report the fraud);

3. The Internal Revenue Service if you suspect the improper use of identification information in connection with tax violations (call 1-800-829-0433 to report the violations).

Call the fraud units of the three principal credit reporting companies:

Equifax:

1. To report fraud, call (800) 525-6285 or write to P.O. Box 740250, Atlanta,  GA 30374-0250.

2. To order a copy of your credit report ($8 in most states), write to P.O. Box   740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241, or call (800) 685-1111.

3. To dispute information in your report, call the phone number provided on your credit report.

4. To opt out of pre-approved offers of credit, call (888) 567-8688 or write to Equifax Options, P.O. Box 740123, Atlanta GA 30374-0123.

Experian (formerly TRW)

1. To report fraud, call (888) EXPERIAN or (888) 397-3742, fax to (800)   301-7196, or write to P.O. Box 1017, Allen, TX 75013.

2. To order a copy of your credit report ($8 in most states): P.O. Box 2104,   Allen TX 75013, or call (888) EXPERIAN.

3. To dispute information in your report, call the phone number provided on your credit report.

4. To opt out of pre-approved offers of credit and marketing lists, call (888) 5OPTOUT or write to P.O. Box 919, Allen, TX 75013.

Trans   Union

1. To report fraud, call (800) 680-7289 or write to P.O. Box 6790, Fullerton,   CA 92634.

2. To order a copy of your credit report ($8 in most states), write to P.O. Box   390, Springfield, PA 19064 or call: (800) 888-4213.

3. To dispute information in your report, call the phone number provided on your credit report.

4. To opt out of pre-approved offers of credit and marketing lists, call (800)   680-7293 or (888) 5OPTOUT or write to P.O Box 97328, Jackson, MS 39238.

Contact all creditors with whom your name or identifying data have been fraudulently used. For example, you may need to contact your long-distance telephone company if your long-distance calling card has been stolen or you find fraudulent charges on your bill.

Contact all financial institutions where you have accounts that an identity thief has taken over or that have been created in your name but without your knowledge. You may need to cancel those accounts, place stop-payment orders on any outstanding checks that may not have cleared, and change your Automated Teller Machine (ATM) card, account, and Personal Identification Number   (PIN).

Contact the major check verification companies (listed in the CalPIRG-Privacy Rights Clearinghouse checklist) if you have had checks stolen or bank accounts set up by an identity thief. In particular, if you know that a particular merchant has received a check stolen from you, contact the verification company that the merchant uses.

 

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