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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Woman's Debit Account Tapped By Thieves

Unknown person(s) gained access to an Emporium woman's bank account debit card account numbers and made two charges on her account utilizing the account numbers.

Corporal Ireland of the Emporiuim PSP said the Access Device Fraud happened on March 11th at 8:29 and 8:59 PM. The victim of the fraud is Carol A. Hudson of Rt. 46, Emporium, PA. The investigation is continuing.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Could you explain exactly how they did this, so it doesn't happen to someone else. !!!!

Anonymous said...

Why would you ask how they did this to this woman! Not everyone that reads these blogs are all honest. I sure as heck would not give out that information.

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing its either a fishy website!Or a kid or someone with access to the card, wrote down her numbers and made purchases online.I once had charges of twenty five and thrty two cents on my statement that I didn't make.I immediately contacted my bank and they said crooks make small purchases first to make sure it goes through before trying bigger ones.I received a new card and it happened again.Recieved another card six months ago and haven't had it happen yet this time.

Anonymous said...

All a person needs too is your checking account number and routing number. Easily acquired when you send a check in for payment or used at a local store. Not all employees are honest.

Cash is King. (Unless counterfited.)

Anonymous said...

Happens to me every week. Says right on my check stub "federals share"...