that happened to me and my attorney told me i should have read all the contracts better before i agreed * No, if the consumer signs documents without reading such or those which are not completely filled in, the law presumes the person did not take "reasonable care and concern" in the matter. The exceptions would be if a document was changed after the signing without the signer(s) being made aware of and agreeing to the action, and obviously if the person's signature was forged.
If you did not sign the document, and did not authorize anyone to sign for you, you should be able to get out of the contract. Someone, probably the person that asked you to co-sign, or the salesman for the vehicle, has committed fraud.
Yes, it can be considered theft or check fraud.
It will depend on the laws of the state and the amount of money involved in the fraud.
In Oklahoma, insurance fraud is considered a felony offence. A person convicted of this crime may be sentenced to up to three years in prison and/or be fined twice the amount of the loss sum.
fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual.
Any type of insurance fraud is generally going to be considered a felony.
Charging for services that were not provided.
No. fraud, in the legal sense, is to deliberately mislead in order to benefit at another's expense.
He had a good publicist.
Less than 2% of welfare recipients commit fraud. A study in Massachusetts showed that vendors committed 93% of welfare fraud, thus only 7% of welfare fraud is committed by recipients.
Not enough info - It depends on the amount of the fraud committed and the wording of the penalty portion of the statute as passed by your state legislature.
It happens in every election. The amount is so small and all serious fraud is caught and prosecuted.
Is the amount the deciding factor?
It is a SCAM. DO NOT ANSWER IT !!!!!!!
If iti is intentional and material
If the person is not authorised to use the company credit card, anything they spend is fraud - no matter how much or how little the amount !
That may be considered fraud. Punishment varies, depending on the law where you are, and the amount, but can include more than a year in prison and a lage fine.
If a company completes a sale at an agreed price, but later realizes they agreed to an incorrect price, there is nothing they can do to recover the difference, as long as there has been no deliberate fraud or deception by the purchaser.