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Vermont identity theft laws

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Identity theft is unauthorized use of an individual’s identity to defraud or to impersonate a person and obtain the benefits.

In Vermont Identity theft laws are placed under two categories. They include:

  • False personation:

The penalty for this is an imprisonment for about 10 years and a fine of $2000. In few cases, both the penalties can be imposed depending upon the loss incurred by the victim.

A fine of $2000 and a jail for 3 years is imposed during the first violation. Subsequent fraud can result in a much severe penalty like prison for 10 years and a fine of $10,000.

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