Credit card fraud in Arizona covers a few scenarios.
Using a car with stored value to obtain goods or services without the cardholder’s permission is illegal.
If the value of the purchase is under $250, the offense is a Class 1 Misdemeanor.
If the value of the purchases falls between $250 and $1,000 within a consecutive 6 month period, the offense is a Class 6 Felony.
If the value of the purchases is over $1,000 within a consecutive 6 month period, the offense is a Class 5 Felony.
Stealing a card with stored value or obtaining one by fraudulent means is a Class 5 Felony.
If the victim suffers a loss of over $3,000 or if over three identities are stolen, the charges are considered aggravated, making the offense a Class 3 Felony.
The best thing you can do for yourself if you are facing felony credit card fraud charges in Arizona is to call an experienced, reliable criminal defense attorney.
Tyler Allen Law Firm is here and ready to help with a free consultation. Contact us today!
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