i dont have proof i've worked in the last thirty days but i have and i need a loan to pay my tickets and release my vehicle from the pound.
No. I'm not a criminal lawyer, but I'm pretty sure this would be a crime. You could dig yourself in a much deeper hole. If one particular loan institution will not give you a loan without paycheck stubs, try another, try friends and family, see if you can get some sort of work.
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That would create several criminally chargeable situations such as: document perjury, document fraud, fraud on a financial institution, bank fraud, etc.
I do not recommend doing it.
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I agree with my colleagues. Even if you avoided criminal prosecution, it would be civil fraud as well.
This is both a State and federal crime.
Under no circumstances should you even think about doing this. Trust me, it is not worth it.
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