Woman posed as BP claims mediator in order to steal money

Posted on March 2nd, 2011 No Comments

An Alabama has been accused of posing as a claims mediator to help victims of the oil spill, but in reality she stole money from their bank accounts.

The woman has a bond out for $300,000 after being accused of stealing a woman’s identity when she promised to help her with a gulf oil spill claim. The woman has gone by multiple aliases and it is thought that she has done this to multiple people.

According to officials, the woman went after people that had oil spills that were denied or delayed and told the people that she would hand deliver the claim to the Gulf Coast Claims Facility. She has been accused of theft, fraud and illegal use of a credit card.

If you or a loved one has had a claim denied, you need experienced legal representation on your side. Contact the Gulf oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Hart today by calling 800-821-1544.

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