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Fraud Act 2006 Solicitor In London

Fraud Act 2006 Solicitor In London

If you are worried that you may be investigated for fraud, or feel that this may be a problem for you in the future, then you need expert help.  As authorities in the field, we are on hand to assist you at any time.

Fraudulent acts within the UK are governed by the Fraud Act 2006 which has been in place since 2007.

The Act quite simply splits the action of fraud into three sections:  false representation, failing to disclose information and abuse of position.  If you feel that any of these issues, or similar, may impact upon your life, then we are the solicitors to talk to.  We understand that fraud is not an offence to be taken lightly and that it can have very serious repercussions on those who come into contact with it, so much so that it can carry a prison sentence for the offender.  With this firmly in mind, we will do all possible to assist you in order to minimise the effects.

If you have been accused of fraud and are not entirely sure where you stand, all that you need to do is give us the facts of the case and we will do the rest.  As experienced London lawyers, once we have the full story at hand we can advise and re-assure you and help you to make a decision on what is the best course of action to take.

So what are some of the circumstances under which you may have been accused of fraud? Here are just a few examples:

  • Have you falsely presented yourself to others or implied that you were qualified to do something which you were not?
  • You may have sold a product or service and then the buyer has found that certain information had not been disclosed by you, which would have affected their decision to proceed with the deal.

As you can see, if you are accused of fraud, then some sort of dishonesty must have taken place.  Ultimately the usual outcome is that by carrying out the fraudulent act you will have managed to make money from the deal, or accrued some other benefit.  We will need all of the details of this.

Due to your actions, could someone have possibly lost money, suffered stress and personal damages or even lost out on valuable possessions?

The repercussions of fraud are serious ones, and this is why the penalties are so severe. Heavy fines or imprisonment or both may be served on people found guilty of such a crime.  It makes no difference whether you are being accused as an individual or a company; the punishment will be the same.

If you are reading this and thinking that you may be accused of fraud, get in touch with us to discuss it further.  You will find us attentive, understanding and ready to work with you to minimise the repercussions as much as possible.

To speak with a solicitor today call 020 7792 5649 or email info@selachii.co.uk

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