|One thing is to do is get you listed as an authorized user on the account. If she's a little "foggy" it might make it a little more difficult. If it's a small bank that knows you both and knows you aren't trying to take over her account to get access to her money it shouldn't be a problem. Then in case something happens again you can deal with it instead of her trying to. |
First thing to do about SSN is go to IdentityTheft.gov.
Place a fraud alert on her credit reports. You can also request a credit freeze on the reports I think. Just make sure she doesn't need a loan or credit.
And change all passwords. I doubt he got in with just a SSN.
Edited by Cat33 3/25/2023 21:30