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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

RAPIDS — A Crosby Road woman told Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies on Monday that someone had attempted to make $9,000 worth of transactions using her debit card.

The woman said Key Bank had called her to advise her of the attempted purchases earlier Monday. The would-be-thief tried making a $4,500 purchase at a business named Fluid Power on Sunday and another $4,500 purchase at a business named Summit Ins the same day. Key Bank denied the fraudulent attempts and contacted the card holder.

The bank told the woman that the unknown person had tested her debit card at a business named Blue Dolphin Publishing but did not make a transaction. The bank also advised her that the fraudulent transaction were made just after she made a small purchase at Tops Markets on South Transit Road in the Town of Lockport, which she did around 10:45 a.m. Sunday.

NCSO gave the woman a report number to provide to her bank and suggested she keep an eye on her credit report to ensure no fraudulent accounts are opened in her name.

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