If they steal a passport and issue a loan or a quick loan of money, who will pay it?
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Answered on November 23, 2014 10:56 PM
Of course, if you look into and establish the truth that your passport was stolen from you, that your signature is not yours, and you don’t have to pay anything. To do this, respectively, as soon as you noticed that there is no passport, immediately write a statement about his loss. Banks are also very strictly watching the documents and issuing a loan on another's passport will not work there. Private organizations are another matter, where nothing is needed except a passport. But even here you can dispute, for example, in court, the truth will take your time and your nerves, but you will not pay anything. In general, take care of your documents and do not lose them, in our time anything can happen, I'm not surprised at anything.
Answered 9 august 2017 16:05
If a passport is stolen, you need to urgently contact the authorities so that there is a statement about the loss, which can then be appealed in court. if anything. And of course you are.