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Wire fraud is a crime in which people attempt to deceive victims of property using electronic communications.
People can be charged with this crime whether they rely solely on electronic communications to commit the crime or use such communications at a stage of the crime.
In the United States, wire fraud is a federal crime accompanied by stiff penalties, especially if the victim is a financial institution. Wire fraud may be committed by a single person or by a group of people who work together to create a more believable scenario.
Schedule your free consultation with a Miami wire fraud attorney today!
Can You Sue for Wire Fraud?
Yes, you can sue virtually any business that engages in alleged wire fraud can logically be under the RICO Act.
According to the federal statute of limitations for wire fraud, anyone who uses the mail or wires to further a scheme to defraud is essentially considered a criminal offense.
Examples of cases prosecuted under the wire fraud statute include the following:
- Tax fraud
- Bank fraud
- Identity theft
- Medicare fraud
- Securities fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Healthcare fraud
- Money laundering
- Mortgage/real estate fraud
At the Law Office of Armando J. Hernandez, P.A., our wire fraud attorney in Miami, is highly skilled in this area of law. As a result, we can efficiently guide you throughout every stage of the criminal process.
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