Card fraud - my legal options?

Get credit card fraud help: For victims of credit card fraud and identity theft, and those that can help.
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Postby JamesMS » Thu Apr 16, 2015 1:32 pm

The liability for charges will depend on how quickly one acts on these charges.

Debit Card Fraud:

Within 2 Business Days After - $50
2 to 60 Days after - $500
After 60 Days - All
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Postby JBaker » Mon Apr 20, 2015 11:33 pm

If the person had access to the PIN then he is someone OP knows very well. I am sure OP will be able to recollect who all knew his PIN number. The fraud is one among them.

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Postby thom02099 » Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:55 am

After having read through this thread and some of the excellent suggestions given, one other suggestion would be to consult an attorney. Most attorneys will provide a free, 30 minute consultation, where you can explain your situation and they can give you some legal advice. They can tell you, based on all the facts that you've disclosed here, whether you have a case or not. Anyone can sue anyone else for any reason. Getting a positive judgment and recouping expenses, that's another matter. Best bet would be to consult an attorney that specializes in contract or civil law.
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