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Handling online credit card fraud charges

From the use of a skimmer at an ATM to taking sensitive information from an individual's trash or using a lost card, there are many ways that credit card fraud takes place. However, an increasing number of people have found themselves in hot water after being accused of online credit card fraud, such as a phishing scheme which tricks cardholders into revealing their credit card information. At the Law Offices of Joseph J. Colarusso, we are aware of the many ways these charges turn lives upside down for people in Stamford, and neighborhoods throughout Connecticut.

When it comes to credit card fraud, the nature of online fraud can be quite different. However, the charges are just as serious and may result in you receiving a prison sentence or stiff fine that throws your life into turmoil. Because of the nature of credit card fraud allegations, handling your case properly is essential. By taking the smartest approach, you could secure a much better outcome. If you have been wrongfully accused of credit card fraud, you need to ensure that your side of the story is heard and that the truth is revealed in the courtroom.

Dealing with credit card fraud accusations can be tough, especially if your case is being prosecuted at the federal level. As a result, it is very important to quickly review all the details of your situation. If you head over to the section of our site that focuses on internet crimes, you will find more information related to online credit card fraud.

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