Entertainment Demi Moore Becomes Victim Of Credit Card Fraud, Thief Runs Up Bills Of $169,000

17:27  11 july  2018
17:27  11 july  2018 Source:   etcanada.com

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Credit card fraud is a wide-ranging term for theft and fraud committed using or involving a payment card , such as a credit card or debit card , as a fraudulent source of funds in a transaction. The purpose may be to obtain goods without paying, or to obtain unauthorized funds from an account.

Demi Moore became a victim of credit card fraud this year which ran her tab up over $ 169 k, feds say. Demi Moore AmEx Card Stolen Feds Say Perp Ran Up $ 169 k!!!

Demi Moore posing for a picture: Demi Moore has reportedly been the victim of credit card fraud© Getty Demi Moore has reportedly been the victim of credit card fraud

Demi Moore has become the victim of a major credit card fraud case, it's been reported.

According to TMZ, a 35-year-old man called David Matthew Read managed to run up a whopping US$169,000 worth of bills over several weeks after he reported Moore's AmEx card lost or stolen back in March.

The site claimed Read somehow managed to get his hands on the new card when it was delivered through FedEx, before hitting up several expensive stores in Los Angeles.

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I have been the victim of identity theft and card fraud over several months now. I have had a bank account opened in my name and four credit cards issued, two of which have been maxed out and run up more than £16, 000 .

Run a Free Dark Web Scan. Often, signs of fraud — such as new accounts you don’t recognize — will show up on credit card statements first, soon to follow on your credit reports. You can get fraud victim assistance from multiple sources, including your bank, credit card issuer and credit bureaus.

Federal prosecutors told the publication that the man in question, who is said to have confessed to the whole thing when he was confronted back in April, was spotted on CCTV. He's now reportedly behind bars at L.A. County Jail.

ET Canada has contacted Moore's rep for further comments.

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The latest news comes after it was claimed that Moore, who reportedly has a net worth of $150 million, had bagged a role in the upcoming movie "Corporate Animals".

The Patrick Brice-directed comedy is also set to star Jessica Williams and Ed Helms, Deadlinereported.

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