Access Device Fraud
Access Device Fraud cases can be highly fact-intensive which requires a skilled attorney with a wide range of knowledge to effectively defend a client. Mr. Barkemeyer is experienced in handling this type of case.
Access Device Fraud Defined
A. No person shall without authorization and with the intent to defraud transfer an access device to another person.
B. No person shall without authorization and with the intent to defraud possess an access device issued to another person.
C. No person shall with the intent to defraud use, possess, or transfer device-making equipment or a counterfeit access device.
D. As used herein:
(1) "Access device" means a person's social security number, driver's license number, birth date, mother's maiden name, checking account numbers, savings account numbers, personal identification numbers, electronic identification numbers, digital signatures, or other means of account access that can be used to obtain anything of value, whether contemporaneously or not.
(2) "Counterfeit access device" means an access device that is fictitious, altered, or forged.
(3) "Device-making equipment" means any instrumentality, mechanism, or impression designed or primarily used for making an access device or counterfeit access device.
(4) "Transfer" means sell, give, provide, or transmit.
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