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NJ Credit Card Theft & Fraud Lawyers February 10, 2010

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New Jersey Credit Card Theft & Fraud Lawyers

Even though more people are protecting themselves against identity theft, credit card theft and fraud is still a common problem in New Jersey.  As a result, our lawyers have seen that it can be treated as a very serious offense.  If you have been arrested for credit card fraud, it is important to call a NJ credit card fraud lawyer right away.  This is because our team of tough, smart fraud attorneys have found that early intervention can lead to great results.

Credit Card Fraud Lawyers prevent man’s arrest

To demonstrate why it is so important to call a New Jersey lawyer right away, consider this example from our firm.  Jef Henninger’s client was accused of about $150,000 in credit card fraud.  Before the defendant was arrested, Jef worked the case for two weeks which ended in the charged being torn up.  While every case is different and results may be different in your case, it would be almost impossible to get this result if the client would have not called the credit card fraud attorney Jef Henninger, Esq. months after his arrest.

Our credit card theft and fraud attorneys are easy to reach from  anywhere in New Jersey.  Call our lawyers at any time to discuss your case or set up an appointment.  You can meet with one of our tough, smart attorneys at any one of our ten New Jersey offices including Newark, Jersey City, Toms River, Eatontown, Red Bank, Freehold, New  Brunswick, East Brunswick, Woodbridge and Princeton.

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