contact your state attorneys generals office. they should have a division that deals with credit card scams. it could be under the banking industry divison. they should have a web site but you will probably need mailing address to write a letter.also credit card fraud/banking stuff is regulated by the federal agency that deals with commerence(trade) crossing state lines FCC or FTC. you can ask state attorney generals office about this. so so federal laws about fraud may apply as well as state ones.maybe these can help you get off the hook for liabilitymctripat fcc federal communications commission or ftc federal trade commission
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