What You Need To Know About Financial Fraud:
Financial fraud comes in many different forms, but is categorized as deceptive business practices that take place during a financial transaction. Bank fraud, credit card fraud, investment fraud, securities fraud and billing fraud are just a few of the many charges. Financial fraud can affect private or public companies and organizations, and individuals.
Employee theft, forgery, misrepresentation and unscrupulous business practices also fall into financial fraud activity.
If you or someone you know are victims of financial fraud, contact an attorney familiar with financial fraud cases to review the specifics of your case. Even if you do not take legal action, an experienced financial fraud attorney can explain your rights and recommend future practices to safeguard you from fraud.
We have represented a number of clients across the state of South Carolina in their financial fraud cases. We are here to help you, too. You may set up a free consultation with our financial fraud attorneys by calling our office (864) 523-7738 or completing this online form contact us.