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Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for your time to reply to my email. Shortly after I wrote to you I contacted the FBI directly. They were very thorough in explaining how to obtain a cirminal history record. And were as helpful. In addition, the cost they cited for the service was almost ten times lower than that of third party providers. Kind regards.

User's recommendation: Contact the FBI directly.

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#4131050 Review #4131050 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Plovdiv, Plovdiv

I was asked for feedback.

Useful service. Fast response time. However, I also texted the FBI directly. They offered to do the same service for just 18$. Which is almost nine times cheaper. And also explained more thoroughly the steps I need to take. I am not sure what the advantages to your service is. So if you explain that it might be easier to persuade customers. Still, thank you for your time.

User's recommendation: Good service, fast response time. Still texting the FBI directly seems like a better idea.

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#4118937 Review #4118937 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Naaldwijk, South Holland

Little Rock Arkansas

My former review was removed so im reposting and ill repost until *** freezes over. In April of 2019 an FBI agent named Dianne Upchurch did essentially cover up for a child *** ring. Everything went on paper as a drug bust. Since then ive met a former cop that use to work with the FBI out of Little Rock Arkansas. Hes told me ALOT about Dianne Upchurch and its downright disgusting.
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#1668403 Review #1668403 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Haarlem, North Holland
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Ayudando Guardians Albuquerque New Mexico

FBI - Ayudando Guardians Albuquerque New Mexico
I find it absurd that the government ie: The FBI would allow Sharon Moore the former owner and co-conspirator Of Ayudando Guardians would be allowed to keep the home she last purchased and the 2015 Ford mustang that were clearly purchased with illegal proceeds. In her signed plea agreement with the government she is allowed to keep that home and car. The Government only agreed to have Mrs.Moore forfeit the two previous homes she owns a Jeep and another car . My aunt is a victim of the theft of this guardianship service. I ask the FBI since Sharon Moore gets to keep the home she lives in and the car her son drives can my aunt and all the other victims of this horrendous experience go live in that home? Or drive the car she gets to keep? being that she is going to prison for this crime. Or is she even going to prison? The public and the community of Albuquerque would like to know. The government should be ashamed of themselves for allowing the victims of this horrendous crime to be re-victimized in such fictitious ways. Could it also be that because Jason Bowels, Moore's Attorney and Jeremy Pena The District Attorney assigned to Moores case were co-workers for many years while Jason prosecuted such cases as Moore's alongside Pena or it could it be Moore's ability to pay Mr. Bowels $80, 000 dollars to Serve as her lawyer. My question is did my aunt or the other victims pay for her attorney as well? Or could it be we all just need to go around stealing money from veterans the in-prisoned and disabled community and never receive adequate punishment for it?
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#1643697 Review #1643697 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Beware This is a Scam Letter try to Steal $$$

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Federal Bureau Of Investigation. J.Edgar.Hoover Building Washington Dc Attention , The National Central Bureau of Interpol enhanced by the United Nations and Federal Bureau of Investigation has successfully passed a mandate to the current president of Nigeria, President Good luck Jonathan to boost the exercise of clearing all foreign debts owed to you and other individuals and organizations who have been found not to have received their Contract funds, Lottery/Gambling, Inheritance, Loan and the likes. You will be issued a custom pin based ATM card which you will use to withdraw up to $3,000 per day from any ATM machine with the Master Card Logo on it and the card has to be renewed in 4 years time. Also with the ATM card you will be able to transfer your funds to your local bank account. The ATM card comes with a handbook or manual to enlighten you on how to use it even if you do not have a bank account. Note: We have fully investigated and found out that everything has been taken care of by the Federal Government of Nigeria including taxes, custom paper and clearance duty so all you will ever need to pay is $450 for registration of funds with the courier service before your ATM CARD will be released to you. The CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA has signed a contract with their courier service which should expire by August 10th 2011 and you will only need to pay $450 instead of $620 saving you $170. So if you pay before August 10th, 2011 you save $170. To effect the release of your fund valued at $850,000.00 you are advised to contact the Financial Secretary of our correspondent transfer bank in Africa (MR. Patrick Osas) through his email contact below requesting details on how to make payment: MR. Patrick Osas (FINANCIAL SECRETARY) Central Bank of Nigeria Central Business District, Cad astral Zone, federal Capital Territory, Nigeria. Financial Secretary Mr. Patrick Osas Email: patrickosas.central2@***.com
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#254042 Review #254042 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Tampa, Florida
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Accused and Charged with Bankruptcy Fraud by FBI

We were arrested on March 30, 2010, by the FBI for a bankruptcy we filed in 2005, and NEVER went through with, for allegedly concealing two assets that were not even ours, but were gifts we bought for another person and the other was listed on an ameded petition. However, we never did get the bankruptcy discharged, IT WAS DENIED! We now face prison if we loose at trial and we never did anything. Be very careful when you file bankruptcy, you may end up in prison waiting to be convicted of fraud. Email all comments to civillaw@***.com
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They'll be loose after the trial - once they hit prison - all because they wouldn't pay their bills and tried to stick someone else with their debts.

Good luck being Bubba's Butt-Buddy.


Not sure how you can LOOSE at trial..but OK. And the company you are complaining about is the United States government? Good luck with that one.

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#199573 Review #199573 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Las Vegas, Nevada

Fbi does not care about identity theft

i have been trying to report incidents of my information being used to register domain names and open cell phone accounts and all i get is the excuse that they do not have time for thefts under 10000 and that i need to report to local police but the local police tell me that i need to report to the fbi since the internet was used and the fact that these are basically utility accounts and could have the home service on the account located outside my state making it federal i want the fbi to start allowing you to report crimes that are federal by nature of how they are committed and not treat you as a mentally ill person when you have never been diagnosed with any kind of mental illness and if a person comes to them that has been then that still does not give them the right to try to talk you into beleiving it is not possible for you to ever be a victim of a crime i hope to get a million person march on washington going to protest the way you are treated when you try to report a crime in this country
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Just so you know, ID theft is a wierd thing to follow up with from a law enforcement aspect. Even though the "victim" has had his identity compromised, it is really the provider of services that is really the victim or complainant in an ID theft case.

The person who has unauthorized accounts or services opened in their names just has to make a police report about how they are the victims of ID theft and then contact the service providers who have been fooled into providing goods or services to the theif. They will have you swear out an affidavit stating that you are not the person who requested these services, etc and then it is on them to worry about collecting on their debt. Since you are no longer in the loop, don't fall for them trying to give you grief about being responsible- they will back down and basically take the loss. I have yet to see a credit card company go forward to prosecute a caught theif because they will get reimbursed by their insurance company where if they prosecute, the insurance will say to them- here's the guy who took your money, get it back from them- fat chance so they go with the safe bet- getting you to pay it or just filing a claim with their insurance comapny.

Worst case scenario- it is a write off for them. So you are not the victim per se but you still need to cover yourself from any liability.

Most services don't even require a police report, just an affidavit. The reason being that you are attesting that what you claim is true and if you happen to be lying, you are able to be prosecuted for lying on an official document- which is alot easier to follow up with than the act of ID theft.


Great advice !! I had a problem with I.

D. Theft in the past. I reported it to my local Police Department, as well as the 3 major Credit Bureau's. When all was said and done...

the Businesses that accepted new credit cards under my name were already paid off on their end via insurance. Nothing was done in regards to my credit reports or rating. I did EXACTLY what was stated: had my lawyer draw up a basic affidavit stating my position, was notarized by his secretary, sent copies to the Credit Bureau's and attached one to my police report. Just a bit time consuming and plenty of aggravation, but it all worked out in the end.

Sincerely, J.

C. in AZ

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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