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Outgoing mail stolen from homeowner's mailbox

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  • GiLpErsOn2@aol.com
    Dear Neighbors, Earlier this week, a neighbor placed outgoing mail (bills & checks in payment) in her mailbox at her front door, in anticipation of the mail
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 2 9:35 PM
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      Dear Neighbors,
      Earlier this week, a neighbor placed outgoing mail (bills & checks in
      payment) in her mailbox at her front door, in anticipation of the mail carrier
      taking them to the post office. Within a half-hour, the outgoing mail was gone,
      but the new mail had not arrived. Correctly deducing that the outbound mail was
      stolen, the neighbor closed her bank account the same day and alerted the
      credit reporting agencies for "fraud alert." Within days, the neighbor received
      a call from the bank staff needing to review an attempted bill pay to a
      wireless phone service in the amount of more than $200. Obviously the payment was
      not authorized and did not go through, but also obviously, someone had the
      neighbor's bank account info and had begun to use it.

      Please deposit your mail in a post office mail box or take it to the post
      office when you have checks enclosed!

      Karen and Mike
      Elmwood Ave.
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