Credit Card Reward Point Theft

Found reference to the subject in the Daily Herald Thursday and it reminded me to wonder what happened to the points gained in times past by the Algonquin Township Road District American Express card:

Authorities: Ex-school finance official stole credit card points from district

A Naperville woman has been charged with stealing more than $11,000 worth of My Bank … My Rewards credit card points from her former employer, Addison Elementary District 4. Full Story

8,925 rewards points were shown on the Algonquin Township Road District’s American Express card due July 22, 2016.

Here is the Chicago Tribune story on the subject.

The woman was “charged with one count of theft of governmental property in excess of $10,000, a class 1 felony; one count of theft in excess of $10,000, a class 2 felony; and two counts of official misconduct, class 3 felonies,” according to the Tribune.


Comments

Credit Card Reward Point Theft — 7 Comments

  1. Cal:

    Our States Atty has demonstrated he lacks the fortitude and character to pursue anything with the Millers.

    Need I remind you about his 52 pages of excuses.

  2. Doesn’t Jimmy Condon do this at the Township Road District?

    He buys alot of useless equipment and trucks, some equipment used once every two years.

    Nothing is ever outsourced in his evergrowing township horde of patronage losers. His kid was hired by the township. Sweet.

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