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.


Santhini Uthayaraj
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