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What Is Mail Fraud?
What Is Mail Fraud?

Mail fraud occurs when someone uses the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) or other interstate delivery companies to send an item to another person or entity with the intent to defraud and/or deprive them of property or finances. The alleged victim does not have to actually suffer a ...

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