By Anonymous - 13/11/2009 22:29 - United States

Today, I learned I have over $10,000 in debt, despite never owning a credit card. Apparently, my ex-roommate had been replying to the credit card offers I was receiving in the mail. That also explains my missing driver's license a few months back. FML
I agree, your life sucks 37 325
You deserved it 3 062

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This is fraud and is a felony. OP, turn him in and take it up with the credit bureau. He needs to go to jail for this.

Get the idiot for identity theft. That's messed up. FYL for having a criminal roommate.

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That sucks. FYL

Really though, the OP deserved it -- he sodomized his former roommate while the roommate slept, every night for a year.

how the hell did your room mate think he wouldn't get caught? you should sue his ass for the 10k + emotional distress

were going to need to get serious on this hold on let me call the wgb thats right the world Canadian buero

Ick. This is why there should be background checks on potential roommates.

wow. that sucks.

thats terribellllll

Get the idiot for identity theft. That's messed up. FYL for having a criminal roommate.

Still, even if it is fixed, thats quite a mess :/ at least he is your ex roommate so you don't have to deal with him anymore :)

This is fraud and is a felony. OP, turn him in and take it up with the credit bureau. He needs to go to jail for this.

You need to get the police involved. Plus, explain what happened to the credit companies and whatever the US equivalent is if the our Citizens' Advice Centre

Found your room mate on Craigslist huh?

sue his ass.

good luck clearing your name. Husbands ex-wife did the same thing to the tune of $124,000. We reported her, the FBI got involved but she fled the country and they cannot bring her back because she pays off the police where she is. It has taken me 7 years and over $20k of my own money to clear his name. Good luck OP. I feel for you

holy shit! doesn't the FBI have jurisdiction (sp?) overseas?

Not legally in non US territory