Without getting into vast discussions of STATUTE vs CASE Law, as I
understand the BLACK LETTER LAW involved, it is perfectly legal to use,
spell and pronounce you name any way you choose as long is there is NO
covert or overt (implied or demonstrated) attempt to defraud creditors. In
that same light, you may use any number of names provided that all legal
obligations incurred by each and every name be met.
You can say your name is spelled "Giuseppe Verdi", pronounced "Joe Green"
and as long as you don't sign autographs for football fans or opera scores
for Classical music buffs (nor attempt to levy royalties etc) you are not
breaking any laws ....
On Behalf Of Leif
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 8:14 AM
Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: Leifs Exersise in Futility totally new subject
It does seem to ring of Remington Steele. I had not seen that. Yet
just for discussions' sake. I might have to rent the series and see
what trouble could be gotten into.
I now wonder if a company, say a CC company uses the mail to contact
a figment of my imagination is it fraud?
Further more if I used a fake name to order an item from a catalog
that I paid for with a money order is it fraud?
I would just be using the name to protect my identity.
Now I think that I should stop using my "Deceased" stamp on junk
mail. OTOH Morality tells me that it's ok because I want to be
considered dead to those companies. Right or wrong is it legal?
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, Ryugen C Fisher <mycroft@p...>
> Nahhhh too implausible.... this was the basic PLOT LINE of
> Steele --
> life NEVER imitates art that much, unless it is very bad art, of
> course,, oh.... never mind..
> Leif wrote:
> >Hello all,
> >Say Hypothetically of course. You had at one time made up a name
> >give to phone solicitors and marketing people and at the same > --
> Ryugen C Fisher
> Sr. Consultant
> PCG Investigations
> ==serving our clients since 1984==
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