Read Comments (4)
Comentary?? Informative - Legal info
Can any one tell me please, is there a statute of limitations on fraud, and if so what is it?
Was this review helpful?
4 Replies -
Posted by Shakra on 2007-01-29:
This is what I found - "Information about an unpaid judgment against you can be reported for seven years or until the statute of limitations runs out, whichever is longer. There is no time limit on reporting: information about criminal convictions; information reported in response to your application for a job that pays more than $75,000 a year; and information reported because you’ve applied for more than $150,000 worth of credit or life insurance. There is a standard method for calculating the seven-year reporting period. Generally, the period runs from the date that the event took place."
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2007-01-29:
What is the type of fraud? What state is it in?
Posted by truckin21 on 2007-01-29:
tnchuck100: It was a labor dispute in Oregon. There was, (still have it) a court decision handed down in my favor. The problem is: Once the decision came down the company moved out of state and changed their name. They did this to get out of paying. Of course that would have to be proved. The problem is: The company no longer exists. The people are still in business, doing the same thing, they just changed the name of the company. What I am trying to find out is, or could this be considered, a form of fraud. I cannot get an attorney to even talk to me with out a $125.00 fee.
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2007-01-30:
My research indicates a judgement in Oregon is good for 10 years (ORS 12.070). You will definitely need an attorney to handle it.
(displayed with your comment)
By clicking submit you agree that you have read and accept the
Terms of Service
Note: All comments are reviewed by a moderator before being published. Please be sure to read our
Post your company response!
Jump to top of page
Terms & Conditions