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Tuesday, April 8, 2014
A Middleport resident told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies this morning that someone used his Visa card number to make more than $1,800 worth of unauthorized purchases.

The man told patrol that he received a phone call on Saturday from asking about a purchase he made because they had reason to believe it might be fraudulent. The purchases were for $829.19, $200.59, and $172.85. The complainant said he did not make nor authorize the purchases. Macy's would not provide any additional information regarding the transactions.

The man said that when he checked his credit card account, he noticed a purchase for $655 was made at T-Mobile. He called T-Mobile and they stated an unknown person used his card number and home address, but used the name "Kenn Agbaa" and a shipping address in Brooklyn.

The complainant said he contacted his credit card company regarding the fraudulent purchases, and filed claims with his credit card company, Macy's and T-Mobile. He stated he received a letter in the mail from a company he had purchased from before stating their company's system was compromised, and his credit card information may have been stolen by an unknown person.

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