Police Investigates Case of Debit Card Fraud in Charleston

Authorities are investigation a case of debit card fraud that was brought to their attention last week by the alleged victim.

On October 26, 2015, at approximately 11:45, Fredericka Thomas filed a report with the Charleston Police Department in reference to a case of debit card fraud.

Thomas says she discovered that her South Carolina Federal Credit Union Bank account had been breached on October 25, 2015 when she attempted to withdraw money from her account.

According to Thomas, she had deposited $75.00 on October 25 but the ATM machine would not let her make a withdrawal stating she had reached her limit on her checking account.

Thomas says she found multiple unauthorized transactions in the amount at 1870 Sam Rittenburg NBSC ATM.

Thomas says she filed a Fraud Claim with SCFCU bank and was told that she needed to file a police report with her local police department.

Anyone with information can call Consolidated Dispatch at 843-743-7200 and ask for the on-call CPD detective or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.

Source: http://counton2.com/2015/10/30/police-investigates-case-of-credit-card-fraud-in-charleston/

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