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Une Montpelliéraine est victime d’une usurpation d’identité de la part d’une voyageuse SNCF. Photo d’illustration. © Marc Ollivier / Ouest-France A Montpellier is the victim of an identity theft on the part of An SNCF traveler. Illustration photo.

A 20 -year -old young woman has been the victim of an identity theft for two years. The student, who testifies to our colleagues at "Midi Libre", received 35 tickets for an amount of € 6,000 after checks during SNCF journeys that she did not carry.

A student from Montpellier (Hérault) denounces in the columns of Midi Libre Sunday December 25, 2022 the identity theft of which she has been the victim for two years. The young woman, aged 20, received a total of € 35 tickets from € 144, increased to € 300 for unpaid. These fines were drawn up after checks on the part of the SNCF on journeys carried out mainly in Occitania. The Treasury therefore claims € 6,000 to this day.

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Now, the student was underway or internship at the time of checks. A person would therefore use their identity to travel by train, since August 27, 2021. Montpelliéraine has said that it has never lost their identity papers but thinks that the usurpatory "must, in a way or a Other, to be part of (sound) entourage, even distant ”.

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appeals as she explains to our colleagues, the young woman filed two complaints at the Montpellier police station for identity theft. She also turned to the Public Prosecutor of Nîmes, the SNCF mediator and the regional management of the company. In vain.

For its part, the SNCF assures Midi Libre that it will "implement actions to solve the problem, as quickly as possible" . The person who has defremated a year in prison and a € 15,000 fine. This sentence can be doubled if the usurper is the victim's spouse.

To find out more: Read the article of Midi Libre

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