Using someone else’s credit card without the cardholder’s knowledge or consent constitutes credit card fraud. The crime of credit card fraud carries harsh punishments including prison sentences, and large fines per offense plus restitution and court costs.
If your credit card was stolen, and someone placed fraudulent charges on your card, you are not responsible for the fraudulent charges incurred after you report the card lost or stolen. Since every state has their own laws regarding credit card fraud, it’s best that you contact a Kauai credit card fraud lawyer to explain the specific state law. The lawyer will also provide any necessary precautionary measures you should take to prevent credit card fraud from happening to you.
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