Lindy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Posted (12 years 20 hours ago) and read 747 times:
One of my previous Credit Card Banks sold my identity to another bank. In their statement it clearly say that they dont sell any privat informations.
"3. Do you sell my information?
No. We do not permit list brokers, mail-order businesses, telemarketers, or other marketing firms to contact you to promote their services or products, and we do not sell, lend, or give out your information for this purpose. If you are a former customer, we maintain the confidentiality of your information as if you were still a customer."
I closed my account in April but I've got letter from new bank that my account has been sold to them from the previous bank.
Can I sue my first bank? The new bank has all my confidental informations including SSN, Address, phone, DOB, mother maiden name etc.
I'm no longer customer with them. And 6 months after I closed my account they sold it. What kind of lawyer should I contact?
I can contact Federal Trade Commission but I wont get any money out of it. My first bank SOLD my informations for PROFIT so I want to get something to.
Lindy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (12 years 4 hours ago) and read 680 times:
Air2gxs but my account contain all informations about me. As I said before I had nothing to do with the bank when they sold my account. 6 months earlier I closed that account.
If you go to the www.ftc.gov web page you can read stories that people wrote about ID Theft. I'm not worring that my informations will be used in some scum but I dont like the idea that some bank sold my name and got money out of it.