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Roadside Assistance Fraud
posted at October 13, 2012 10:30 PM EDT
Re: Roadside Assistance Fraud
posted at November 20, 2012 3:13 PM EST
First: September 16, 2011
Last: December 12, 2013
In Response to Roadside Assistance Fraud:
My husband's wallet was stolen few months ago. It contained his AARP Roadside Assistance card. We had forgotten it was in the wallet. Short time ago, we recieved a letter from AARP, a feedback request on the service we recieved for towing on our purple 97 Mitsubishi in Georgia. We've never owned this vehicle and were not in Ga. I've reported it to AARP. They said they would investigate it. This was 3 months ago. Called them again...they assured me we would recieve new cards. This thief, however, is still out there with our card. And apparently, my husband's driver license. Now, I dont know if we could use the service if we needed to. Any advice?
Posted by hatweaver
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