mail fraud

Definition of "mail fraud"
  1. A deceptive activity that involves the use of postal services, typically as outlined in U.S. Code Title 18, Section 1341
How to use "mail fraud" in a sentence
  1. The defendant was convicted of mail fraud after making false representations in a mailed brochure.
  2. The company faced serious penalties for mail fraud as they were deliberately misleading customers through their mail advertisements.
  3. An investigation was launched into the possible mail fraud perpetrated through a charity's mail-in donation system.

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