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Wisconsin Identity theft laws

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In Wisconsin, like in other states of US, identity theft is considered as a criminal offense.

  • Identity theft laws are placed under the section 943.201 of criminal law.
  • According to Wisconsin Identity theft laws, the unauthorized use of an individual’s personal identifying information is considered as a class H felony offense.
  • Any individual convicted under the identity theft can be subjected to penalties like fine, restitution, probation and imprisonment depending upon the severity of the crime.

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