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Duaghter: 'My parents ripped me off'

"A 19-year-old Port Orchard woman has pressed fraud charges against her parents.In April of this year, the woman began receiving mysterious credit card bills for items she hadn’t purchased, according to Port Orchard Police. After contacting the companies from which the items were purchased, she told police that the businesses informed and assured her she had indeed purchased the items in question.Police said she discovered the purchases were being sent to a post office box belonging to her parents. She learned that her parents used her Social Security number without her permission to get credit cards. The woman told police she didn’t know her parents’ residential address. Police advised her Nov. 9 to contact the Postal Service and the Social Security Administration to register her complaint."

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