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  • Things that can Constitute Credit Card Fraud in Nevada  Credit card fraud can occur whenever someone uses another person’s card without obtaining permission, steals a credit card, or uses fraudulent information to obtain one. It can also happen whenever a credit card is used in a transaction with the intent to defraud another, or when an inactive card is used to pay for merchandise or services. It is punished as a Category D felony, which carries a sentence of up to four years in prison, a $5,000 fine, and restitution to the victim. It can sometimes be accompanied by identity theft charges, in which case the punishment would be even more severe. In order to prove credit card fraud, the

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