Fraudster Accused of $35,000 Credit Card Scam

An Ocala woman stands accused of fraudulently obtaining credit cards and completing more than $35,000 in unauthorized transactions. Dikita Lashon Floyd, 54, was charged September 23 with organized fraud of between $20,000 and $15,000. A total of 45 transactions were completed or attempted between August 14, 2018 and July 22, 2019, resulting in a total loss of $35,184.15.

An investigator from JP Morgan Chase Bank contacted Ocala Police on August 5 about 24 accounts that were compromised. The bank investigator said 22 of the accounts were business credit cards in which Floyd was added to the account and issued an employee card in her name. The other two accounts were consumer credit cards where Floyd added her name as an authorized user. The addresses where the cards were sent were listed as Ocala addresses, according to the OPD report. The bank investigatory said it was unknown… Ocala News

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