Identity theft made easy by Los Angeles County

Well I recently move out of California and went to get a new drivers license. As your California Drivers License is not a valid form of ID any more (I Will Explain Later) I had to get a birth certificate or a passport to get my new drivers license.

You have no idea how easy it is to get a birth certificate! Way to easy! OVER THE PHONE!

All you need to do to get your birth certificate is to call the hall of records and answer a few simple questions Information that anyone can get in 5 minutes, give them any credit card and your off and running. The birth certificate arrived in 5 business days, not enough time to get a credit card statement and dispute the charges. NO confirmation letter asking if I requested a birth certificate. NO tracking of where the birth certificate was sent. NO NOTHING.

With a birth certificate you can do anything you want to. You can get a social security card and youíre off and running with credit, bank accounts, Drivers license, or anything else you want to do.

Hereís why your California Drivers License is not a valid form of ID any more.

California has so many illegal aliens coming in that all of the other 49 states donít recognize your California Drivers License as a valid form of ID because the Drivers License mills can duplicate them so easy, But what the hell! You donít need a fake one just get a birth certificate and you can have a real one! Whatís up with that?

Identity Theft is running rampant in this country, thanks for making it so easy to get a birth certificate hall of records BUT NOW 50 people with Spanish ser-names are using my name and they donít even look like me!


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