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i left las cruces in 2010 and paid bill
plus i owned 20.000 and paid that to Robert Bradshaw he was my mortgage person his business was metro mortgage in las cruces i also have the papers to prove it.

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Elizabeth Wanstrath

in 2010 i left las cruces nm and paid the bill so that 1,000 dollar bill is not mine to the utility comp plus i sold my house for 28,000 thousand dollars and owned robert bradshaw 20,000 thousand and paid him and i do have the papers to prove i did and here in tucson i pay my light bill every month, so that can not be mine,i do not know why my name is always assocated with this kind of fraud,i defendently tired of it.

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File disputes with the credit bureaus showing these debts.  It is entirely possible that the party who purchased your home did not get the utilities transferred to their name.

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