Philadelphia, PA Credit Fraud Attorneys

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Philadelphia, PA Credit Fraud Attorneys

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  • Matthew Joseph Dorry
  • Attorney at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall
  • Camden, NJ U.S.A.
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  • NiaLena Caravasos
  • Owner at Law Office Of NiaLena Caravasos, LLC
  • Philadelphia, PA U.S.A.
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  • John W. Hargrave
  • Member at John W. Hargrave & Associates
  • Barrington, NJ U.S.A.
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Credit Fraud in Philadelphia, PA

Each year, it's estimated that more than 12 million Americans are the victims of identity theft. You may be pickpocketed or be the victim of a hacker. Or perhaps you entrusted your personal information to a company that failed to adequately safeguard it. Regardless of how it occurred, once the information is compromised, you face the very real risk that the thief may go on a credit card spending spree or impersonate you to obtain new credit. A number of consumer protection laws exist that are designed to protect victims of credit card fraud, but the burden is on you enforce your legal rights. A credit fraud attorney can help you fight bogus charges, repair your credit if it's been damaged by identity thieves and provide evidence of criminal activity to law enforcement officers.