Houston Credit Card Fraud Charges Lawyer
Credit Card Fraud Defense in Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Credit card fraud charges can be brought when a person allegedly uses another person’s credit card without that person’s permission. As with other types of fraud, the person knowingly takes the card, or the card information, to obtain property, goods or material gain. The consequences for committing credit card fraud depend on the amount of purchases made with the card.
If you are under investigation for fraud or have already been arrested and charged with a fraud offense, call the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates at (281) 280-0100 to arrange your discreet and confidential consultation. You can also contact us and someone from our firm will contact you promptly.
An Experienced Attorney on Your Side
Our attorney, Tad Nelson, has handled major fraud cases at both the state and federal levels. Mr. Nelson provides knowledgeable defense to people facing many types of fraud charges, including insurance fraud. Additionally, he is a former district attorney for Galveston County. Mr. Nelson brings a unique insight and familiarity to the case because he knows how area prosecutors handle fraud cases.
Credit card fraud can be handled as a misdemeanor or felony offense. Conviction of a felony offense can carry a penalty of over one year in jail.
Tad Nelson & Associates offers defense of credit card fraud involving the following:
- Making unauthorized purchases on a credit card
- Theft of credit card
- Obtaining credit card data and using data for purchases via phone or Internet
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