July 24, 2024

The hunt has begun by the police department of the Upper Merion Township in Pennsylvania for two suspects involved in credit card fraud. On Monday, the police presented photos of the two men, hoping to enlist public help in catching them.

According to the allegations, the two suspects stole credit cards from a vehicle parked at a residence on Jean Drive’s 400 block in King of Prussia. This incident took place the previous month.


The credit cards were later used in various local businesses, with the total bills running up to over $3,400 in fraudulent charges.

If you have any information or can identify these suspects, the police urge you to call them at 610-265-3232.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Credit Card Fraud?

Credit card fraud is a form of identity theft where someone uses another person’s credit card information without their knowledge to make unauthorized purchases or access funds.

What are some signs of Credit Card Fraud?

Signs of credit card fraud can include unfamiliar charges on your statement, calls from debt collectors for unpaid bills you don’t recognize, or receiving new cards that you didn’t request.

What to do if you are a victim of Credit Card Fraud?

If you’re a victim of credit card fraud, immediately contact your credit card issuer to report the fraud, monitor your credit reports, and consider freezing your credit. You should also beef up your credit card’s security by changing your PIN and passwords.