Lake Oswego Wire Fraud Lawyers

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Lake Oswego Wire Fraud Lawyer

Lake Oswego Criminal lawyers of Wise Laws and associates represent clients investigated for or charged with Lake Oswego wire fraud, wire theft, and identity crimes in Lake Oswego. We have represented many cases of criminal defendants being charged with Lake Oswego wire related felonies in the American criminal courts system.

Types of Lake Oswego Wire Fraud

Traditional Techniques:

  • Lake Oswego Application fraud, intercept fraud, and lost and or Lake Oswego stolen cards.

  • Modern Techniques:

  • Fake and doctored cards, skimming, site cloning and false merchant sites, triangulation, and wire generators.

  • Some wire fraud cases in Lake Oswego are complicated schemes that involve the use of the Internet and sophisticated computer software. Many Lake Oswego cases of wire fraud are often not investigated by the authorities. However, if the amount stolen exceeds $2,000, the police and the bank internal fraud unit are more likely to investigate the incident and the perpetrator is likely to be arrested and tried in a courtroom.

    In many Lake Oswego cases involving a great amount of wire fraud, the FBI and the Secret Service will become involved and the case may be prosecuted under one of many federal criminal statutes in federal courts.

    If you are investigated for a Lake Oswego wire fraud crime anywhere in Lake Oswego, PLEASE do not discuss anything with Lake Oswego detectives. Even if you believe that you are innocent of the charges or accusations or think that you can simply explain it all, to the point of the problem being resolved, it is not intelligent to say anything to an investigator.

    Please be adamant about speaking to and a Lake Oswego wire fraud lawyer based in and or around the area first. Call our experienced wire theft lawyers in Lake Oswego for a consultation at Wise Laws.

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