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Nevada Identity theft laws

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Identity theft is considered as a fraudulent use of an individual’s identity for their personal benefits. It is considered as a criminal offense and every state in US bears specific identity theft laws, which are as follows.

Nevada Identity Theft laws include:

  • Identity theft laws are placed under the penal code section 205.463 of the state and are often regarded as a class B felony.
  • Misappropriation of individual’s identity, acquisition and unauthorized use of identity can be placed under the fraudulent activities and the penalties follow.
  • A fine up to $100,000 and an imprisonment of 1 to 20 years are generally imposed by the state law.

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