The IRS needs my signature from 10 years ago to prove that the signature she used was not mine... HELP PLEASE!?

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ass, donkey
Asked at 2012-08-27 12:32:03
The friend of my father needs my help and I hope you can help me too. Not to mention his wife secretly took out a student loan and forged his signature on it 10 years ago , did not tell about it , and recently died . The IRS told him he had to pay , he talked to the fraud department and was told that if he could provide documentation of 10 years ago showing your signature for comparison that he did not have to pay . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus However, the problem is that you have moved several times since then , has had multiple banks since then lost much of its former role working any signature on it , they said that the signature of your social security card can not be used , and that requires a signature as soon as possible prior to show that he is not before start going after your salary . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This is what I thought until now ... MedlinePlus - Police fines MedlinePlus Hospital bills , MedlinePlus - Taxes
? - Maybe you still have your old bank records? MedlinePlus - Lease or whatever in your house ? MedlinePlus -Credit card company ? MedlinePlus Utilities bills? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus All ideas will make me very grateful , or anything you pin point it for me . I'm sure there's someone who can be contacted to retrieve a document signed by 10 years . If it helps anyone who gave me your social security number to make online searches and such, but of course I will not give to anyone or putting it into fraudulent sites . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thanks , and I really appreciate the answers given .
Answer1Natalie quezadaAnswered at 2012-10-07 02:00:29
Mortgage loan
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