At EBR Attridge solicitors we have, over many years, developed our Serious Fraud department to move with the ever changing faces of ‘Fraud’ and always ensure that our team have the most up to date knowledge and experience in order to offer many services to any of our clients facing allegations of that nature, including that of ‘Banking Fraud’.
Being investigated or being charged with this type of fraud can be devastating both as an individual or as a business. You will probably be stressed, worried and upset by your situation and be keen to find the right help. If you are in in this situation, early advice from a solicitor who is specialised in fraud defence is invaluable and can make the difference in attaining a positive outcome. Early intervention by our team cannot be understated and we can advice quite properly on the many avenues available to you.
There are a number of different types of banking fraud and they include:
- Bank card and cheque fraud
- Bank account fraud
- PIN entry devices
- Account take overs
- Counterfeit cheque fraud
- Card cloning
These are only a few examples of the types of banking fraud but if you are being questioned or have been charged with these or any other kind of banking fraud, it is essential that you get advice as soon as possible so that you are clear about your options.
Our knowledge in this specific area has been built up over many years and with a thoroughbred reputation in serious fraud defence we will be able to use all of these skills and expertise to help you with the banking fraud charges you are facing. Anyone, regardless of their financial situation, can access free and independent legal advice whilst they are at the police station. If you are being questioned and need help, you should contact us so we can provide you with an experienced and highly specialised criminal fraud defence team member who will work every angle and leave no stone unturned when building your defence against the banking fraud charges you are facing.
Using experienced criminal law solicitors, case workers and barristers, we will be proactive in our approach to your case and do all we can to achieve the best possible outcome in your circumstances.
If you are being investigated or prosecuted, please make an appointment to see a specialist fraud Solicitor who can attend upon you by telephone, face-to-face or online.