- William Gordon bought a lot in Tucson in 1999 with plans to build his retirement home on it.
- In March 2023, the lot was sold for $200,000 by someone who Gordon said impersonated him.
- The buyers of the property were refunded but Gordon had to fight to get his property back.
In March 2023, William Gordon received a letter in the mail from his title company congratulating him on the $200,000 sale of his Tucson, Arizona, property. The catch: He hadn’t listed it for sale.
Gordon noticed almost immediately that the congratulatory letter was off.
“I noticed the last four digits of the social…