reply to scorpido
Re: 7 Rogers Wireless Accounts??FRAUD?? If your lawyer has already served Rogers, than there's nothing else to do. You just need to let the lawyers handle it. Once you sue Rogers, the account pretty much is hands off to anyone who doesn't work in the Rogers legal department.
If you've never switched banks before, I'd go through your banking history to see if you've ever actually made a payment to Rogers.
Also the only way, 7 unpaid accounts end up under your name is usually identity theft. You'll want to contact the credit bureau to ensure that nobody has opened up accounts at other wireless providers and banks under your name. Rogers does maintain a database of known fraudsters which is distributed to all corporate stores. In addition, sales reps are trained on how to stop fraud before it happens and it is very easy to detect fraud and stop it. The fraudster likely had someone cooperating on the inside, got a sales rep with little training, or a sales rep desperate for a sale.