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article imageForgotten credit card leads to huge bill for Toronto woman

By KJ Mullins     Feb 25, 2010 in Crime
Toronto - In January, a Toronto woman walked out of a store forgetting her credit card. That mistake proved costly because when she opened her latest statement, she found out she had been billed for more than $10,000 in purchases.
When the victim discovered the missing card, she allegedly called the store. The clerk she spoke to said that the card had been cut up and the credit card company had been notified.
According to the police the woman received her monthly statement a month later. There were charges that totaled over $10,000 for purchases on the lost credit card.
On Tuesday Anna Kamila Czuba, 25, of Toronto was charged with theft of a credit card, fraud over, possession of a credit card obtained by crime, use of a credit card obtained by crime, forgery and possession of property obtained by crime.
The suspect is due to appear in court on March 30.
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