Credit Card Fraud in Alabama
Defending Credit Card Fraud in Alabama
Fraud Defense Lawyer | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.
What is Considered Credit Card Fraud?
Credit Card Fraud occurs if an individual uses or attempts to use credit or debit cards in an unlawful manner in efforts to obtain services, property, products, or any item with monetary value. If a person commits one of the acts listed above, they could be charged with credit card fraud. If you are aware of your actions and continue to use the credit or debit card, you are considered liable for credit card fraud charges. Especially if you have the knowledge that:
- The credit or debit card was cancelled or revoked
- The credit or debit card was stolen
- The credit or debit card holder does not have you listed as an authorized user
*According to the Code of Alabama 1975 under Title 13A Criminal Section, illegal possession or use of another individual's credit or debit card is considered a Class C felony.
Recently accused of credit or debit card fraud in Alabama? Schedule a free consultation with a criminal defense attorney. Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. provides reliable, honest, and confidential legal advice that will help guide you through the process and increase your chances of a favorable outcome. Get started today by completing a case evaluation form online.
How Our Defense Lawyers Can Help
If you or a loved one are facing charges for credit card fraud in Huntsville, Decatur, Madison, Scottsboro, Florence, or a surrounding area - it is best to seek legal representation immediately. Our local criminal defense lawyers will develop a plan to defend your credit card fraud charges and combine the facts of the case with the realities of law to help reach a favorable outcome. Schedule your free consultation today by submitting an online case evaluation form or calling our Huntsville/ Athens location at (256) 539-4464.
If you have additional charges relating to white collar crime, we can help you with those too. Simply mention the other issues during your free phone or office consultation, and one of our defense attorneys will advise you accordingly.