Woman Poses for Snapshot after Using Stolen Credit Card

Woman Poses for Snapshot after Using Stolen Credit Card

Woman poses for snapshot after using stolen credit card and suspicious ID. Greg Fox reports.
(WESH) Josephine Lupo, 74, was angry to the point of tears describing how she became a victim of credit card fraud.

"I had to call everybody," Lupo said.

On July 5, Lupo was walking to her car in the Walmart parking lot in Ocala Florida during a rainstorm when a woman approached and offered Lupo a ride to her car.

Lupo had her purse and wallet when she got in the vehicle, but a short time after the woman and her husband dropped Lupo off, she realized her wallet was missing.

"Bad! Very bad. I would not do that to anyone. I would not do that to anybody," Lupo said.

Later a woman who was not involved in giving Lupo a ride tried to use the stolen American Express card to buy high-priced weaves at the Looking Good beauty supply store.

The owners took a picture of the woman that they describe as a regular customer when she showed suspicious-looking identification.

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