Mail Fraud

Mail fraud refers to a criminal act involving the use of the postal service, such as the United States Postal Service (USPS), to deceive others for financial gain or to carry out fraudulent schemes. It occurs when individuals or organizations use the mail system to intentionally carry out fraudulent activities, including schemes to defraud, obtain money falsely, or deceive others through false representations or promises.

Mail fraud typically involves sending written or printed materials, such as letters or envelopes, through the mail to victims or accomplices. These materials often contain false or misleading information, misrepresentations, or deceptive practices intended to trick people into providing money, personal information, or participating in illegal activities. Mail fraud is considered a serious offense and is punishable under federal law with severe penalties, including fines and imprisonment.

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