Conviction on Credit Card Fraud Carries Penalties of 10 Years Imprisonment and/or a $10,000 Fine!
U.S.C. Title 18, Section 3056, Subsection (b), specifically authorizes the United States Secret Service to detect and arrest any person who violates federal criminal laws relating to credit card fraud and related activity in connection with computers and/or access devices.
We are committed to the prevention and prosecution of online credit card fraud. Some of our prevention measures may include:
Reporting all fraudulent and charge back purchases to the Secret Service
Contacting law enforcement officials in your state
Issuing a summons through our attorney to your ISP. We've done it numerous times and have never been turned down
Cardholder address and telephone number verification
IP number tracking and verification
Telephone contact with the cardholder
Verification of a valid, commercial e-mail address
Requirement of signed authorizations
Examination of all orders for fraud indicators
Other unpublished actions as deemed necessary
If you make a charge and then refuse or enact a charge-back, we will pursue you
We reserve the right to cancel orders which cannot be verified. We regret that, in some cases, these measures may result in inconvenience to legitimate customers.
In the rare event that a fraudulent order passes our screening process, we will report the fraud to the appropriate legal authorities and provide those authorities with the necessary information to complete an arrest and effective prosecution. We will report the fraud to your Internet Service Provider for action under their Acceptable Use Policies. We may also initiate civil action against you.