Was I scammed of my identify?
I had AT&T come in to do some repairs and all was well, the gentleman that helped me was more than professional and all good. About 15 minutes later, my doorbell rang and a guy with an AT&T badge hanging from his pants said he was an account manager and wanted to know if he could come in. I said, sure, of course. He mentioned that he usually comes with the service tech; however, he was running late. This didn't sound totally out of line due to the fact that I was incredibly unhappy and stubborn to the customer service people on the phone prior to the technician's arrival. Anyways, he started talking about this and that and asking what services we have, etc. He had an official AT&T tablet with a credit card reader attached to it so all looked good. He then asked to scan my driver's license to get our account up on his phone and for some stupid reason I didn't think this felt weird until after he left. He scanned it...3 times stating he was having trouble getting it to go through. It finally worked and he showed me my account and then we talked about a few other things including switching a cell phone over and that was basically it. I told him I needed to talk to my wife as it was regarding switching her cell phone, not mine. I then asked him for a card and he patted down his pants pockets and said I forgot them in my car, just give me your number and I'll text you from the car. I said okay, gave him my number, then he left, got in the car and texted me "Amer with att" from a local phone cell phone number. Until after he left, I didn't feel this was odd, but then my heart sank and I thought...did I just give away my identity to a thief?
This happened 11/16/23 and it is now 11/22/23. I'm now just remembering this whole situation (my life has been a blur the last month or so - my apologies).
So, I'm asking for reassurance that this was legitimate or if I need to contact the DMV to get a new license and all the previous information wiped.
Thanks in advance.