I hope you sort this out brother,
Its easy to have misrepresentation.
Did you consult this with an immigration lawyer?
My lawyer always tells me that if ever I'll submit an application form, I should include a letter of explanation specially if there is chance that the IO will get confused of the documents or information provided.
I think the best thing to do is to gather all your documents as proof, consult with an immigration lawyer, draft your explanation and provide all necessary explanation. Sometimes, when they receive a well written letter of explanation, their decision may change.
Another piece of advice, after you write your letter of explanation let other people you trust proof read it (at least 2 other persons). 3 persons proof reading your letter is way better than you alone. Check the spelling, grammar, composition - this is to make sure that your intended message comes across.
Ok, I have noted your comments, if you have you sincere lawyer, please le me introduce with him.