Charged with Identity Theft?
While providing us with a wealth of information, activities, and stimulation, the Internet also allows us to easily maintain contact with friends and family, keep up with current events, and online shopping from the comfort and privacy of our own homes. While online shopping is usually safe and convenient, it also makes us vulnerable to identity theft.
Identity theft, identity fraud, and internet identity crimes are very common in today’s world. Being accused of identity theft or identity forgery carries very severe legal and financial penalties. Consult with our trusted, thorough at Greg Dunn today, if you’ve been accused of committing identity fraud – 1-587-315-0666.
What is Identity Theft?
ID Theft is a crime simply described as a scenario in which a person illegally or fraudulently obtains another person’s identification (ID) in an effort and intent to commit a fraudulent or illegal activity. When identity fraud occurs, several pieces of information are obtained by the accused, such as:
- home or business address
- date of birth (DOB)
- phone number(s)
- mother’s maiden name
- credit card account numbers
- bank account numbers
Common Types of ID Theft in Canada:
- Social Security Number (SSN) Identity Theft
- Bank Identity Theft
- Credit Union Identity Theft
- Computer Identity Theft
- Internet Identity Theft
Accused of Identity Fraud?
Being charged with identity theft, identity fraud, any other identity scam or identity forgery within the province of Alberta will result in serious criminal. If convicted by the court, your freedom, your rights, your financial status, your ability to be employed are all jeopardized.
Call Greg Dunn’s reliable, dedicated identity at 1-587-315-0666 to help you navigate through the judicial system and obtain your most favorable outcome possible.