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- When Someone Allows Your Identity To Be Stolen, Are They Liable?
Imagine this: you go to the car dealership, financial information in hand, ready to buy a car. A few weeks later you discover that someone has stolen your identity. Based on the information stolen, you realize that it was taken from the car dealership. Maybe you get some of the damage undone, maybe not. Aside from the actual thief, who you may never be able to identify, can anyone else be held responsible?
- Combatting Credit Card Fraud
Credit card fraud is a form of identity theft that involves an unauthorized use of someone's credit card information for the purpose of charging purchases to the account or removing funds from it. State and federal laws both come into play with relation to credit card fraud, as may your agreements with your credit or debit card issuer.
- Combating Computer Crime
Computer crime is one of the fastest-growing types of illegal activity, both in the U.S. and abroad. Indeed, much of the computer crime Americans face is from foreign sources, making regulation of these activities by police authorities exceedingly difficult. While the Internet links people together like never before, it also provides endless opportunity to criminals seeking to exploit the vulnerabilities and trusting nature of others.
- How to Protect Against Identity Theft
In today’s digital age, identity theft is a serious concern for everyone. Not only is stealing an identity potentially easier in the electronic age, but once an identity has been stolen, a considerable amount of damage can be done in a relatively short period of time. Sometimes, the damage cannot be repaired, leaving victims without their life savings in their golden years.
- Differences Between a Misdemeanor and a Felony in Las Vegas
People are often confused about the differences between misdemeanors and felony charges in Las Vegas. This little article will overview some of the basic differences between the two and the associated penalties for a person charged with these offenses.
- Defining the Different Fraud Crimes
Fraud is one of the more serious criminal offenses that a person can be charged with. Though it is not serious due to a physical act of violence, in most cases, it is a serious offense in the sense that it can cause great financial turmoil for a victim of fraud and potentially put a victim or group of people in danger.
- Accused of Phishing, Hacking or Identity Theft? Why You Need a Kansas City Internet Fraud Attorney
With the explosive and continued growth of the internet, it is no surprise that more and more crimes are committed such as phishing, computer hacking, identity theft, fraudulent transactions and other illegal activity. If you have been accused of such an offense, it is critical that you speak with a capable Kansas City internet fraud attorney right away. Without effective legal counsel, your reputation, career and future are at stake.
- Accused of Embezzling? Why You Need a Skilled Kansas City Embezzlement Attorney
When you are accused of or arrested for embezzling (whether innocent or guilty), it can be frightening and stressful. What will happen to you? Who can you turn to for help? An experienced Kansas City embezzlement attorney will answer all of your questions, guide you through what you can expect, and provide you with exceptional legal representation.
- Granddaughter Guilty of Financial Elder Abuse through Embezzlement and Moving Grandmother Out of Home
Our office receives numerous phone calls about financial elder abuse, usually involving quit claim deeds of property and / or second mortgages that go unpaid, resulting in a home foreclosure. It is unusual for law enforcement to take action in such cases, as such problems are seen as civil, not criminal, in nature.
- Avoiding Identity Theft — What You Can Do
Someone uses your credit card to charge a Caribbean vacation. Or accesses your bank account and drains it of funds. Or uses your ID while committing a crime. Identity theft refers to a broad range of crimes, including misuse of your financial information, name, Social Security Number and reputation. Identity—it’s more than your name, it’s life as you know it.