Los Angeles Auction Fraud Defense Lawyer
Online auction or eBay fraud may exist in various forms. The simplest of which is when an individual orders or bids on an item online, makes the payment, and then receives nothing in the mail. Alternatively, auction or e Bay fraud may take the form of misleading descriptions, deliberate sale of defective merchandise, or sometimes even the sale of stolen merchandise. These online auction or eBay fraud schemes may also qualify as mail fraud if the mail is being used at any point in the scheme. This includes a request that a money order be sent to pay for non-existent or undelivered auction merchandise. If convicted of auction or e Bay fraud you may be facing large fines and/or imprisonment.
At our federal criminal defense law firm, we have successfully defended clients charges with all types of internet crimes, including identity theft and credit card fraud. Many internet crimes, such as white collar crimes, are felonies that carry a mandatory minimum sentence. This means the judge is required to place you in jail for a specific time period without any possibility of probation or early parole.
A conviction for a felony fraud crime will make it difficult for you to secure employment. Most employers would not consider choosing someone who has been convicted for fraud or identity theft.
Cyber crimes and computer crimes are being prosecuted at the state and federal level in numbers never seen before. Therefore, if you have been charged with auction fraud or eBay fraud, you could be facing serious legal consequences. At Eisner Gorin LLP, we have the legal experience and knowledge it takes to properly fight you charges.
We are located in Los Angeles, but serve clients in California and throughout the United States. Our internet crimes attorneys have decades of courtroom experience and will make sure that you receive the attention, resources, and committed legal service they will need. If you are facing a serious fraud crime offense, call our office today. We will look at the facts surrounding your case and advise you of your legal options. Contact our law firm at (877) 781-1570 or fill out online contact form.
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