The Internet has become the tool of choice for people engaging in wholesale hacking of credit card numbers, bank accounts and Social Security numbers for theft by identity fraud. Police and federal investigators are on the constant lookout for people who set up phishing (fake) websites in order to collect personal financial information. Unfortunately, investigators often over-reach and too many people are wrongfully accused and charged with felony offenses, often in federal court.
If you have been questioned about the use of the Internet in connection to identity theft or any kind of financial crime in New Hampshire — or have already been arrested and charged — do not talk to the investigators until you have experienced legal counsel on your side. Call an attorney at Wilson, Bush & Keefe, P.C., in Nashua immediately.
Our fraud defense attorneys have extensive experience challenging the complex technical evidence that is often part of Internet financial crimes involving:
- Checking account numbers
- Credit cards
- Bank revolving credit lines
- Credit union savings accounts
Under New Hampshire law, theft is defined in several different ways, and may be charged as a misdemeanor or felony. The important fact is: There must be criminal intent for it to be a crime.
Contact Us To Discuss Your Circumstances
Call our offices in Nashua at 603-595-0007 or use the email contact form to request a time to meet with one of our credit card fraud defense lawyers.
If after hours or over the weekend, call us at 603-809-0070.