Bail Bonds Company Discovers Credit Card Scam

A woman who used a fraudulent credit card to post bail has been linked to a credit card fraud operation at a home in San Francisco’s Forest Knolls neighborhood, police said today.

After the suspect, who is believed to be about 30 years old, used the fraudulent card to post bail, the bail bond company tracked her to a home in the 400 block of Warren Drive, according to police.

Officers responded to the home and confiscated several blank credit cards, a ledger containing numerous names and credit card numbers, and a false ID card, police said.

The woman remained at large as of this morning, police spokesman Officer Gordon Shyy said.

Investigators have not yet released more details about the case.

Dan McMenamin, Bay City News

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  • ZT

    Armenian?

  • ZT

    Armenian?

  • Jae Brattain

    Why would you ask what ethnicity she is? That’s kind of bizarre. What difference does it make?

  • Jae Brattain

    Why would you ask what ethnicity she is? That’s kind of bizarre. What difference does it make?

  • This is so much embarrassing that anyone who is really trying these kind of cheat method to do fraud is worthless to work with. Nice post.

  • This is so much embarrassing that anyone who is really trying these kind of cheat method to do fraud is worthless to work with. Nice post.

  • Dominick Thomas

    I’d first like to say kudos to the bond company they have
    done a great service for their community but it’s certainly a loss as the bond
    company is still probably accountable for the bond and will probably have to
    pursue the defendant civilly for the cost of the bond.

    abbfl.com

  • Dominick Thomas

    I’d first like to say kudos to the bond company they have
    done a great service for their community but it’s certainly a loss as the bond
    company is still probably accountable for the bond and will probably have to
    pursue the defendant civilly for the cost of the bond.

    abbfl.com