Federal consumer fraud occurs when individuals or entities try to take advantage of people by way of sending them false and/or scam-related information via mail, the internet, or by calling them, ultimately in an attempt to obtain their money. There are laws put in place by the federal government to protect individuals from consumer fraud. If someone believes they may be under investigation for a consumer fraud case, they should avoid making any statements prior to speaking with an attorney, since much of the best evidence in these cases comes from the person’s own statements or actions.
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