Whilst what he is doing is not within the spirit of being open and
transparent, he may not actually be doing anything wrong. Because of the
circumstances you outline, I think that possibility remote but there is a
Provided he has not stolen your identity and is not passing himself
off as you and has not forged your signature and is simply using your name is a
trading name, then I don't think he does anything wrong however if he is using
any of your personal details or purporting to be you I think he is probably
obtaining money or goods by deception which is a criminal matter.
At this stage, there is not enough information for me to tell you
whether he has actually committed any offence or not
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