About three months ago I was the victim of Identity Theft. Yes, I know I should have protected myself quite a bit more, but unfortunately what's done is done and I need to take further measures so that my entire life isn't ruined by this. It's gotten to the point right now that I am getting collection notices (only one so far) for a check that was written in October (the same day of the robbery). For those that don't recall, my checks were in the glove compartment and God knows what else. Anyway, I called and explained the situation and the collection company wants me to fax them a copy of the police report. That's fine with this, but what REALLY makes me angry is that the chain that accepted my check (Domino's Pizza) should have been checking for a driver's license. The copy of the check that was sent to me clearly SHOWS that the signature is NOT mine, and that the driver license information they presented was accurate. However, I HAVE my driver license and by doing a simple check this could have been avoided. I even went in to my bank today and asked if there's anything I can do to stop checks from being written on my CLOSED account. They said unfortunately the only thing I can do is go to the police. Is there any legal recourse I can pursue against Domino's Pizza on this for not following protection procedures that should have been in place? I just don't want other people to suffer the same fate, and I learned from the collection company that this is NOT the only incident of this happening with Domino's Pizza. And BTW, I haven't ordered anything from Domino's Pizza in months.