All posts tagged: Identity theft

Feb 24 – Suggestions for Resolutions for State Democratic Convention in April

2012 was a phenomenal year for Democrats in California. Not only did we re-elect President Obama and Senator Feinstein, we picked up six additional Congressional seats and won a supermajority in both houses of the state legislature – a feat which the Party last accomplished in 1882! But there’s much more work to be done here in California. From April 12-14 Delegates to the 2013 California Democrats State Convention will be meeting in Sacramento including our Club members Suzie Ditmars , Gail Mackler, Susan Peinado, Ruth Rollins, Michael McQuary, Michael Thomason and Lawrence Zynda. This is our chance to help build a stronger and more effective Party. Our Delegates will represent the District and keep us apprised of information, direction and education. Our members are planning to bring home what they learn with a post-convention presentation to the Club. The convention begins the term for the 2013-2015 delegates. Party business for these delegates will include electing statewide party officers as well as adopting resolutions. We plan to discuss suggestions for resolutions at our Club meeting …

Draft Resolution on Identity Theft – For Discussion

History of my concern: After the Cedar Fire in 2003, my daughter opened a bank account for the FEMA funds covering her losses and at that time moved to Del Mar. A friend, pretending to help watch her daughter after school some days, intercepted her bank statements and began to siphon off the funds via Pay Pal payments and ATM cash withdrawals. Then he would make deposits to cover the withdrawals with checks that appeared to be pay-checks but would later bounce. She learned of this when the bank called to say they were closing the account. It only had about $2,000.00 left. She attempted to file a police report in San Diego, where the bank was located, but was told she had to file in Del Mar. After jumping through a lot of hoops a report was filed and a deputy came to pick up the evidence. That was the last she ever heard about that. I called a friend who worked in the court system and gave her the case number and other references …