In English we use the passive form have + object + past participle to talk about something we pay other people to do for us.
In English we use the passive form get + object + past participle when it was difficult to get something done.
In English we use get + past participle for things that happen by accident or unpleasant things that happen to us.
|Have/Get something done example sentences|
|Once, I got my wallet stolen with a lot of money in it.|
|Last year, I got my purse and phone stolen from my bag.|