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If i signed a contract with rent a center and my ex went and pawned them can i get in trouble

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I signed a contract with rent a center and my boyfriend at the time pawned them, his name is all over the pawn slip and no where is my information can i still get in trouble
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Answered on Aug 24th, 2017 at 10:53 AM

Yep - as can she for fraudulently pawning things she doesn't own. YOu need to get them out of pawn before you find this escalates to a criminal issue for both of you. 

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