Nun's credit card charged $1,300 after purse was stolen
Police said Tuesday that a nun had her purse stolen March 31 from the Northeast Philadelphia school where she works.
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#1 Aug 21, 2009
Very interesting how I have come across purchases on my credit card from someone that is not listed on my credit card and had access to it.
I contacted the credit card company and they are investigating it. The authorities think it to be a domestic argument. This is unfair and not true to the fact he signed my name and tells the authorities that I gave approval. False statement. But the authorities say it is his word against mine. Even though my name was signed.
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