Police: 2 sought in stolen credit card use

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Police: 2 sought in stolen credit card use
News from Newsday:

Photo credit: NCPD | Nassau police officials are seeking the public’s help with identifying suspects wanted in connection with a burglary that occurred Jan. 25, 2012, at the Source Mall in Westbury.

Crime Stoppers and First Squad detectives are looking for two suspects wanted in the use of a stolen credit card last month to buy merchandise at a Westbury mall, Nassau County police said Wednesday.

Police released photographs of the suspects from video surveillance taken at the Old Navy store at the Source Mall on Old Country Road.

The two used the stolen card to buy $ 842.91 worth…

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Pasco deputies: Publix cashier pocketed man’s credit card
News from Tampabay.com:

By Alex Orlando, Times Staff Writer
Alex OrlandoTampa Bay Times In Print: Thursday, April 26, 2012

HUDSON — The last place the man remembered seeing his credit card was at Publix. He checked his account and saw $ 411.90 in unexplained charges.

Deputies said a cashier at the Publix at 14851 State Road 52 saw that the card had been left behind April 14 — so she decided to use it.

The 16-year-old started out small to test the card, a sheriff’s report says, with a 49-cent Butterfinger. Then she bought several gift cards, the report says.

Deputies say she later told them she was using the card for gas and car insurance.

The Times is withholding the girl’s name because of her age.

She was arrested on a charge of fraudulent use of a credit card. She was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center in Land O’Lakes.

Representatives from Publix did not immediately return a call to confirm her employment status.

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Margate tightens credit card policy after questionable charges
News from Sun-Sentinel:

Margate Vice Mayor David McLean angered city commissioners last month when it was revealed that he spent almost $ 1,400 on what he called city business – including boarding his dog, grocery shopping and taking residents to bars.

The City Commission publicly reprimanded McLean for the charges, which he still defends as all part of city business.

The commission acknowledged that he did nothing illegal because he ultimately reimbursed the city for all of the purchases, but the incident led to changes in the city code to prevent future credit card misuse.

“I don’t like public servants who abuse power, and I believe he abused his power,” Commissioner Lesa Peerman said. “That’s not what the credit cards were for. We can’t use them for our own personal use. If they were city expenses, then why did he pay them back?”


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He paid them back, McLean says, because even though he believed taking a resident out to discuss city issues over a meal and boarding his dog while he was traveling on Margate busines…………… continues on Sun-Sentinel

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ZweenaHealth.com Expedited Credit Card Processing System Improves Monthly PHR …
News from Albany Times Union:

Award-winning online PHR provider ZweenaHealth.com has launched new updates to its credit card processing system which provide faster, easier and safer web-based payments for customers.

Skillman, NJ (PRWEB) April 24, 2012

Patients and caregivers who use the ZweenaHealth.com online PHR service will now be able to access faster and easier monthly PHR payments via the new expedited credit card system. ZweenaHealth.com is a provider of online PHR (Personal Health Record) and health information management services. Zweena collects patient medical records directly from doctors’ offices, organizes and digitizes them to create an electronic health record that provides updated health information and is accessible online. Zweena also collaborates with Microsoft HealthVault by updating patients’ personal HealthVault accounts.

In an effort to provide a more convenient and secure payment option for customers, the team at Zweena has rolled out new updates to the credit card processing system. ZweenaHealth.com…………… continues on Albany Times Union

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