BMW Fraud Letter

Topics: Identity theft, Theft, Credit card fraud Pages: 1 (193 words) Published: December 2, 2014
Via Mail

October 16, 2013 Santhini Uthayaraj 15 Dusty Star Road Brampton, Ontario
L6R 1Y5
BMW Canada Inc.
50 Ultimate Drive
Richmond Hill, ON
L4S 0C8

&

Canadian Securities Registration Systems
4126 Norland Avenue
Burnaby, BC
V5G 3S8

Dear Sir/Madam,

RE: Your Account Number: 7000349008

I acknowledge receipt of your correspondence dated September 26, 2013.

I am writing to dispute a fraudulent charge made on my credit. I am a victim of identity theft, and I did not make this agreement.

I am writing to dispute the following item with BMW Financial Services Canada. The account and transaction referred by you in your correspondence, I dispute was opened and made by the thief, not by me. I never authorized, used, or benefited from this account (number 417913) or transactions in any way. I state that I do not have an Agreement in my possession and I have never signed an agreement with BMW Financial Services Canada or any other services adjoined with your company.

I will be enclosing a copy of the police report. Please investigate this matter and correct the fraudulent charge as soon as possible. I will appreciate a response from you in writing.

Sincerely,

Santhini Uthayaraj
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