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by  |  10-Feb-2017 16:51

You forgot to renew the card, and it expired last week.

The gas station reports you and you are arrested on credit card fraud charges. Insufficient evidence Even if you did have fraudulent intent, you may be acquitted of the charge if the prosecutor can't prove each and every element of the crime.

It does not require that the information actually be used or that the account of an innocent consumer actually be charged or billed.

When Jenn leaves, you call Rick and give him Jenn's credit card information without her permission which he then uses to order the TV.

By supplying Rick with Jenn's account information, you violate PC 484j..this would still be the case even if Rick decided not to use the information that you provided. You didn't have fraudulent intent As is the case with any California fraud offense, if you don't have fraudulent intent, you aren't guilty of fraud - period.

The exact nature of the violation will dictate the penalties that you face, but generally speaking, all instances of California credit card fraud are punished as 1.1. Federal credit card and debit card fraud subjects an offender to much greater penalties than state violations; a federal offender faces substantial fines and up to 20 years in prison.

There are quite a few laws that prohibit California credit card and debit card fraud.

You "publish" this information when you communicate it, whether orally, on a computer, or in a writing of any kind.: You know your boyfriend Rick wants a new TV, but he can't afford the one he wants.

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