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Some good advice from a new victim of a record fraud case in Central Oregon: use online banking and look carefully through your accounts. The Redmond man saw a suspicious charge on his account Wednesday night and was able to stop it before it went through. “If it was at Fred Meyer or Wal-Mart, or a place we frequent, I probably wouldn't caught it.” Fraud victim Kyle Knisley of Redmond says they charges are small: $20 and one penny, so it would've been easy to miss. He caught this one because it was from a Super 8 in Mississippi. “And that was just a mask. So when they pulled it up, it was actually pulled out of a company from Mississippi, but it was completely separate company from Super 8. And so, the people who processed the payment, which is the ones through Mississippi, they might not even know who the company is that originally put in for the processing. That’s what they’re trying to track down.” Knisley says with online banking he was able to catch the false charges on his account while they were in "pending" status, so it was much easier to stop them before they were processed.

 

 

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