Were You Charged With Credit Card Fraud in Utah?
Credit card fraud cases often involve family members: spouses, parent and child, grandparent and grandchild and other family relationships. One of the two has easy access to the other’s personal information and credit cards, even passwords in some cases, and may use that information to conduct fraudulent credit card transactions:
- Applications for credit cards
- Credit card purchases
- Balance transfers
- Cash advances
Unfortunately, some of our clients have been falsely accused of credit card fraud for purchases they made with the credit card holder’s permission. The credit card holder might have also accused our client of credit card fraud to get even for a perceived offense.
We are here to offer those who need our advocacy the benefit of our experience, understanding and service. We regularly advise other criminal defense attorneys and share our insights with the public.
Utah White Collar Crime Attorneys
If you have been charged with credit card fraud, we want you to remember that you have the same constitutional rights as all criminal defendants. At the law offices of Greg Smith and Associates, we are here to help you deal with the criminal justice system and emerge in as strong a position as you can:
- Avoiding jail
- Avoiding steep fines and penalties
- Resolving fraud charges through private transactions such as restitution
- Preventing a mark on a criminal record
We pride ourselves on being accessible to our clients. Feel free to call our office at 801-651-1512 or to contact us online to arrange a free consultation to discuss your case. We are available day or night, every day of the week. Remember, ignoring criminal charges does not make them go away, so contact us as soon as possible.