Identity Theft Of $4,900 On Man's Credit Card

He received a letter in the mail congratulating him on opening a new account. An arrest is merely an accusation and does not indicate a conviction.



A 49-year-old Niles man who lives in the 9200 block of Callero reported on Sept. 25 he received a letter from HSBC Credit Corporation congratulating him for opening a new credit card with a big box retail electronics store, and that he was being notified to expect his new credit card in the mail. After he called the ompany, he learned that a new credit account had been open in Merrillville, Ind. and purchases in the amount of $4,900 USC had been made. The victim will contact the three major credit reporting agencies. Report only at this time.

Information is taken from Niles Police Department reports. 

Peter Paul November 20, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Police should be responsible for this kind of theft. Credit card theft is really very harmful for employees. People should also take care of their credit cards sincerely. http://www.paydayin1hour.co.uk


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