Recognizing The Different Forms Of Prohibited Consumer Fraud

HNWConsumer Fraud

consumer fraudConsumer fraud prohibited under the NJ Consumer Fraud Act prohibits many acts of fraud.  Luckily, there are attorneys at Hanlon, Niemann & Wright who can help you with a consumer fraud claim in the event that you are a victim of a scam or theft.

We often read about the many different scams that are a part of life, and many innocent people have fallen prey to them over the years.  Scammers range from scammers who set up large, multinational Ponzi schemes to those who impersonate the IRS and law enforcement.  One of the more famous examples of a scammer is Bernie Madoff, who set up a Ponzi scheme that caused many people around the world to lose large sums of money.

Consumer fraud is a deceptive practice that is criminally punishable, but with globalization, many forms of fraud originate in other countries.
Contractors, employees, and legitimate-appearing companies are often fraud suspects.  Fraud can happen to anyone and at any time.  Intercepting attempted fraud is an essential step in the process when you are trying to prosecute someone for defrauding you.

If you feel that you are a fraud victim, don’t hesitate to contact me personally to discuss your New Jersey consumer fraud matter.  I am easy to talk to, very approachable and can offer you practical, legal ways to handle your concerns.  You can reach me toll-free at (855) 376-5291 or e-mail me at

By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a NJ Consumer Fraud Act Attorney

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