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Paternity Fraud – Are you a victim

Filed under: General — Scrap_The_CSA @ 10:02 am Sat 22nd July 2006

Are a New Zealand dad and a victim of misattributed paternity?

Would you be prepared to share your story, this can be done anonymously, with a reporter from a major New Zealand daily news paper?

Email jnicolle@slingshot.co.nz with a brief summary and your contact details.

Regards

Scrap

10 Responses to “Paternity Fraud – Are you a victim”

  1. davidssebaduka says:

    Only n/z men can participate or else where if that pse advise an d i submit

  2. julie says:

    Scrap,

    Can you please elaberate on what you are looking for?
    I think you are looking solely for dads that got the test done to prove otherwise and were found not to be the dad. And how they were almost paying out alot of money.
    But this might not be the case so that’s why I ask.

  3. Scrap_The_CSA says:

    Julie, Thanks for your comment.

    1) If you are a Kiwi dad and believe that paternity has been misattributed or know that it is and have had or want to have a DNA test thats what I am looking for.

    2)Money, although relevant, is a sexondary concern. Its really about the impact in all areas of the kids and dads life that this deciet has.

    Hope that carifies

    Regards

    Scrap

  4. MyrddinEmrys says:

    3 years too late for this. Would have loved to take part in this as I have just been tagged for child support for a kid I supposedly created 13 yrs ago. I am now officially broke. Just the current support I have to pay leaves me in the negative. My loan and cards are all maxed and as I’m fighting this I have an ever increasing lawyers bill. (She gets legal aid of course, along with the dole shes been getting since 16, The DPB, Her partners income and the 2 cash under the table jobs).I have $21k in arrears that just got bumped up to 23K. I’m stressed, continually falling ill and have tried to kill myself.

  5. julie says:

    Hi MyrddinEmrys,

    Your story sounds familiar. I guess it is because menz is filled with pages upon pages or men going through the same scenario.

    It isn’t fair, it isn’t equity, it isn’t ethical and it isn’t law abiding.

    But your life is more valuable than any power, more valuable than any possession and absolutely irreplaceable.

    So many here and on other sites know your walk. It is good that you have opened up here. IMHO.

    I don’t know if you have help yet available? Do you?

  6. Name Removed says:

    Hi

    My husband OR the ex-husband are the victim of Paternity Fraud and we have a VERY interesting story and would like to tell our story
    Please advise what we would need to do

  7. Too Tired says:

    Just start typing and share 🙂

  8. wtf says:

    My husband OR the ex-husband?

    Surely one or the other????

  9. Too Tired says:

    I thought you wanted to share your story here? I mearly meant type it here and ww will read it.

  10. Down Under says:

    @WTF one woman’s husband could be another woman’s ex husband.

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