Antioch Telemarketing Fraud Criminal Defense Lawyers

Antioch California Telemarketing Fraud Charges

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At Wise Laws, our Antioch lawyers multiply an energetic defense for individuals and businesses charged with Antioch CA telemarketing fraud. Wise Laws represent clients from around the country. If you have been accused of operating fraudulent schemes using telephones, it is important to have experienced legal representation.

You will find that our attorneys are experienced, creative and dedicated to resolving your legal problem. Antioch CA Conviction of telemarketing fraud can carry major penalties. It is important to have a seasoned defense team when fighting Antioch California telemarketing fraud charges.

Some Antioch California Telemarketing Fraud Charges include:

  • Antioch California Charity schemes

  • Antioch Prize promotion giveaways

  • Antioch Public official impersonation

  • Asking for advanced payment without sending goods

  • Selling names of people whom have been defrauded

  • Antioch Magazine schemes

  • Antioch Office equipment schemes

  • Antioch California Lottery ticket schemes

  • Antioch Tax payment schemes

  • Antioch Vending machine fraud

  • Antioch Loan schemes

  • Antioch Jury service fraud schemes

In general, Antioch California telemarketing schemes involve promising something of value over the telephone and the victim has made not delivering it after payment. Such charges can also involve obtaining credit card information by telephone and then making use of the victim’s credit. If you have been accused of operating a Antioch CA telemarketing scheme along these lines, it is in your best interests to seek legal counsel right away.

If you are facing any telemarketing fraud charges in Antioch, you can be assured that Wise Laws will help in defending you effectively, working to recognize weaknesses in the prosecution’s case that lead to reasonable doubt among members of the jury.