Good to see you my, friend. Glad to have you back at Boomer Bank.
It's good to be back, Mrs. Hix. Thank you for honoring your word and taking me back. It's been quite an ordeal. Who knew it would take so many months for my name to be cleared and my good credit score to be redeemed.
I can see how that thief was able to open a line of credit for an auto loan and get approved for a home loan so quickly. You must have been debt free.
Yes, Ma'am, I was. Ironically because I had such a clean slate, not even so much as a single late fee, I was "ripe for the picking" as they say. Had I been a slouch with my personal finances, they wouldn't have touched my accounts.
I can only imagine how powerless that must have felt, let alone inconvenient. Did they ever catch the theif?
It's such a feeling of violation to have someone pretend to be you, running around town using your reputation and name as if it were their own. It has taken months to rectify the solution.
As a matter of fact they did because of the home loan they applied for. Usually thieves buy and spend quickly, and disappear. This guy was house shopping with a realtor. If he hadn't been such a novice, he'd be livin' the high life right now, no doubt sipping a tropical drink on a beach in the Bahamas, instead of jail.
Well, let's put all that ugliness behind us, eh, and get you back to work. I'll have Jackie, my secretary show you to your desk.
Don't worry, Mrs. Hix, I remember the way.
Remember, if you ever suspect identity theft, immediately contact the three credit bureaus and file a report. Also understand that if you have a poor credit score, it is not permanent. With some time and effort, you can improve your score.