Sunday, March 8, 2020

A Real Forgery

Well does anyone want to tell me who forged my signature on this document?  I pulled a stack of hundreds of documents when I was back in the U.S. in 2014 from the Burbank Court House archives as well the Glendale Court House. When I finally sat down and went through these papers not long ago, imagine my shock to see my name signed by someone else. I did an actual double take. It is a weird moment to see your name written as a signature by someone else. Your signature is such a personal thing.

 And let me say whoever forged it did not make the slightest attempt to copy my actual signature. I was so horrified I went immediately to my attorney to request a criminal investigation. My lawyer advised me that I would be better to let it go as the Burbank police would not make this a priority as a crime to designate valuable man hours to dealing with.

It is a crime, a felony. I never signed this paper and have a good idea who did this. It is a shame that so much happened as a result of this action when it was a fraudulent document. I am still in a quandary as to what to do but it is long past a remedy. I share it because I was seriously victimized in this sick situation.

Not my signature. I have beautiful handwriting. What is this? I was probably at home when this all came down.






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