WAYNE – A pair of alerts were issued to the Wayne Area Economic Development office from the Wayne Police Department on Monday.
According to a release from WAED, the first email was issued just after 11 a.m. on July 12 warning the public that there was a case of identity theft/fraud while a counterfeit bill alert was also issued later in the afternoon.
The fraudulent charge involved a local resident’s PayPal account. The PayPal account was linked to the victim’s debit card. Wayne PD reminds you to check your accounts and report any issues to them at 402-375-2626.
Also, a questionable $100 bill was found on the street and when tested, proved to be counterfeit. This is just another reminder that businesses should review cash handling procedures with their front-line staff and be alert for fake bills. As always, if you have any questions, contact the Wayne PD 402-375-2626.
Contact the WAED Office at 402-375-2240 or visit their office at 108 West 3rd Street for more information.