By Sandra Rose  | 

identity theft

Police are looking for a brazen thief who walked into a Wells Fargo bank and drained a woman's accounts of $32,000.

The suspect walked into a Buckhead Wells Fargo branch at the intersection of Roswell and Wieuca roads on Feb. 13.

She presented an account holder's name, social security number, and 2 other forms of identification to withdraw $32,000 in cash.

The victim noticed the thefts when she checked her accounts online. She said her children's savings accounts had also been drained.

Atlanta ranks near the top of the national list for identity theft scams.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta at 404-577-8477.

  • Jay

    I can't stand thieves a person works hard for what they have and here they come and take it all away in seconds. I hope they catch her ass.

  • Put some Respeck on B.Sweet

    Aside from going to jail, she needs her azz whooped by the victim and her kids.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    If your theiving azz has to steal, go steal from a store. We just learned on here yesterday that most stores don't even stop you. But to go steal this lady's hard earned money and her babies' money, that's foul!

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Thank you! I would be ready to monkey stomp her for stealing my kids money.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    She looks like a dumb crook, so I think she'll get caught some time this weekend. LOL

  • Afiya

    #slimyassociate

  • Put some Respeck on B.Sweet

    I'll whoop your azz about 1 dollar. 32Gs? Shyt I'm whooping that ass.

  • Auditor

    Eh my guess is the lady prolly owed her anyway

    How'd she know you had that much in your account anyway?

    My momma and daddy don't even know how much I got

  • Taj B.

    okay why hasnt the state of Atlanta stepped theyre game up to prevent this from happening??

  • Rayne

    Yes gawd I'd be at the police station tagging the Shiz outta her. We'd have to hold court in the holding cell that day.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *speaking through clnched teeth*
    She had ALL of her info, so she probably just logged on and saw how much money was in the bank.

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    We learned that? I must have been skipping class. I miss all the good stuff ?

  • Put some Respeck on B.Sweet

    You can't even sneak and scratch your azz or pick boogers in the bank without getting caught. Why did she think this was going to go over all easy? Guarantee somebody knows who she is and for a small gift they are going to tell it.

  • Put some Respeck on B.Sweet

    I must've missed it too. ?

  • Auditor

    I get you...my thing is how would someone get THAT much info on you. They'd have to go through a lot of trouble to get it. Plus she a negra...she would have been scrutinized somewhere along the line...

    I saw one where the man and woman got DL, SS card, birth certificates for dead people but again the people were dead and they were white.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *jacked

    (CNN)The US. Coast Guard has handed 14 tons of seized cocaine over to the Drug Enforcement Agency. Almost half their haul came from the bust of a submarine-like vessel.

    The drugs, stacked on pallets, were unloaded by cranes on Thursday to the deck of a Coast Guard cutter docked at San Diego's Broadway Pier before the DEA took custody of the narcotics.

    The Coast Guard says the approximate 28,000 pounds of cocaine came from seizures off the coasts of Central and South America in the eastern
    Pacific Ocean. Dozens of smugglers were arrested.

    The drugs, with an estimated street value of at least $400 million, were
    confiscated between late January and early March. Cutters Bertholf and
    Valiant were involved in the operations, along with the Navy's
    guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen.

    The Coast Guard says more 12,000 pounds of cocaine, almost half the haul, was pulled from a so-called "self-propelled semi-submersible" on March 3.

    Other drug seizures were made from "go fast" fishing vessels and
    approximately 1,500 pounds of cocaine wrapped in bales were found
    floating in the sea, according to the Coast Guard.

  • Auditor

    Damn

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Maybe the teller was in on it too!

    I know folks that can run names or plates or quarterly income etc.
    You can get someone's info if you know the right people.

  • Tammie Reed

    I remember a while ago some lady wanted to help me fix my credit and I politely declined, bish I don't know you and hell nawl because my credit is fine! I guess she assumed because I was a minority, my credit was jacked up lol.

    You have to be so careful nowadays because the thirst is real, in all cities! People target Atlanta because its a happening city but identity theft happens everywhere we just don't hear that much about it in other areas. Atlanta gets such a bad wrap! Sigh!

    But I also remember hearing my grandmother tell me when I was younger that the biggest thieves are the tallest buildings you look and walk by every single day! Banks, Insurance Companies, Lawyer's offices, Utility co's etc, they rob you blind every single day! Tah!

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    People are still pulling ID fraud capers when it's easier than ever to get caught? Smh...

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    So they couldn't find Amelia Earhart floating at sea in her crashed plane, they couldn't find Tom Hanks for years when he was lost on an island chilling with Wilson, but they found that coke. Interesting.

  • MookieFly

    Ain't this the same mess Apollo went to jail for? Smh if you are gonna steal, why attack the little people?

  • ATL White Guy

    Atlanta is getting to be such a bad place to live. People of all races seem like all they want to do is just steal from each other. It's either people breaking into homes, smash & grabs from cars, identify theft, etc. It's like it's a career or something.

  • Auditor

    That info is easy to get. But showing up with an identity document is different. I wonder if it was fake/real? And if it had the real persons face on it or the thief's face on it. Plus to WD 32k+ I'm sure they ran a few more tests than just asking for ID. Hell I got a cashier's check one time few years ago for a funky 5k and they were in my ass asking questions.

    And yea I feel you on the cahoots!

  • ATL White Guy

    Atlanta is now a state?

  • Auditor

    Dead

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    Thank you. I was trying not to because I didn't want to offend. Some people don't appreciate my sense of humor. ???

  • Auditor

    Lol technology is different now *shrugs*

  • nucynu25

    A whole airplane still missing ..they found that dope & going to pump it straight into our communities ...

  • nucynu25

    I died ...??????

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Everyone is out here doing that now...
    That's gonna be the next "Bubble" that bursts.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    You can send off for BCs :shrug:

  • Auditor

    Nope I'll never get over that plane but they can find some white dude in a village full of negras...nope can't do it

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Nah, the neighborhood shipments still en route PROBABLY

  • nucynu25

    Right

  • SoChlo

    I wonder if the bank will give the victim her money back? Most banks are good at returning your money when theft or fraud occurs.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    EYE learned IF ever caught with the ish in my bag, JUST don't leave the store.... Wallah! Not a thief!

  • Auditor

    Yup my grandpa said if you ever starving and on your last leg just go in the store and eat. Don't leave lol

  • nucynu25

    Girl , never evah ...that's the craziest shit ever ..

  • country57

    Wow this is so scary that someone can rob you blind with no weapon.

  • ATL White Guy

    Sometimes I wish Atlanta and the surrounding counties were their own state. There are some places in Georgia I would not travel to with my wifey and kids and feel safe. Plus, it would be nice to be in a blue state.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Folks was in here dropping retail knowledge. Somebody saw 2 men just pick up 2 area rugs and just walk back out the front door. Employees told her it was their 3rd time there. My favorite was the one somebody said they saw a man steal a 10-speed from WalMart by just riding it out the store.? With a comforter in his arms.?

  • southern

    DAMN

  • country57

    Just fell off the sofa!!

  • http://Copblock.org aDingoDrankMyBabies

    I thought this was about one of those female impersonators you're always talm bout? I get it now though. A woman impersonated another woman. Damn. 32k. I'd be out for blood man. I mean. I'm sure the bank is going to cover it?? Regardless. For someone to fvck me over that bad...Man...fvck.

  • southern

    I feel like it's somebody she know. I mean to take the churren money. That is some low down shit

  • SummerBaby

    Man this sucks! I can't stand liars & thieves.

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    Oh my gawd ?

  • Fendi

    There's been a lot of theft from Wells Fargo Bank, apparently. I recently discovered fraud against one of my accounts. They take their dear sweet time investigating matters, which doesn't make it any better. Time to go elsewhere.

  • southern

    had that plane had some narcotics on it it would have been found before it could hit the ground

  • Fendi

    You're right, Soul. I stopped shopping at one Pavilions store because whenever I went in there, I'd see someone shoplifting. One guy was stuffing liquor bottles in his pants, in broad daylight and walking out of the store with them. He came and left at least 3x. I got a supervisor and pointed the guy out. The store did NOTHING, when they should've had security apprehend him until the police arrived. I'm certain he stole hundreds of dollars worth of liquor. I'm also certain it wasn't his first time doing so.

  • Fendi

    Sidebar: Not sure if anyone watched "Blood, Sweat and Heels" on Bravo but Daisy Lewellyn died from complications of bile duct cancer. She was only 36. ?

  • country57

    Grandma is right!!!

  • Auditor

    Somebody got me few weeks back at Chase. They refunded my money quick though. Going to switch back to old bank after my 6 months is up. Only joined to get the free money lol. Never any issues with them AND I get an American on the line with my old bank.

  • Auditor

    Never heard of that type of cancer *goes to Google*

  • Tammie Reed

    yep

  • LilBit

    Saw this earlier... So sad!! She had the best spirit!!

  • SpideySense

    Stores do prosecute shoplifters but there are a lot of rules before you can actually accuse someone of stealing. It can also not be worth it to the store itself because if they falsely accuse someone they can be sued for way more than the value of whatever was about to be stolen. They work "loss" into their budget every year so they expect for people to steal to a degree.

  • Fendi

    I dislike outsourced calls.

  • Fendi

    She did! I thought she was improving or had beaten cancer, so I was shocked when her passing was reported.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    They need to check her BD's girlfriend or new BM :eek:

  • Carrington

    What dumbass is still going into banks committing crimes & leaving thinking there were no cameras that caught their long ass faces?

  • Fendi

    I understand. But when there are cameras, witnesses and a witness literally walks a supervisor or manager to the area to confirm the person or people are stealing, then IDK how much more proof is needed.

  • jussaying

    this is ridiculous. also they have way more advanced ways to steal your data. people carry scanners on their person that read your credit card data while it is ON your person. all they have to do is wave it near your belongings.

    also, there is phishing. both online and in person. and now they are even doing blackmail of personal computers (this has been going on awhile). you can get sent a virus that encrypts ALL of your files on your computer and the hacker will tell you that you have to pay X amount of money for them to decrypt them for you. extortion liiiike. smh.

  • jussaying

    ??? her face have to be long though?

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    I agree, it is someone she knows. I'm willing to bet she has even been to the victims house or someone who is familiar with both women is in on it.

  • jussaying

    this happened to my friend before. someone busted into her car and stole her purse (why she left it in there idek smh). and they were able to cash a check at her bank and make withdrawals. and she has had to get a lawyer to fight the bank bc they weren't trying to issue her her money back.

  • http://Copblock.org aDingoDrankMyBabies

    I had wellsfargo make an error on my account once...A big error...Took 10 business days. 2 full weeks...To receive a letter that not once admitted fault, nor apologized...I remember my handler at the time telling me the letter was standard of any financial institution...I was like yeah, but not any institution did this, they did...And if another institution does, they get the dueces as well...I just wanted them to admit fault...I caught the mistake...And had to wait that long to be told I was right, but not that they were wrong? Shiiiiid...But yea...All banks though...All the same...

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    MotherDragon
    Go take a look at fox's BLM KY Derby article. Same thing we were saying earlier.

  • LilBit

    I did too! When I saw it on IG my mouth literally dropped open. Not Daisy... Prayers... ???

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I read that they're putting the scanners at the banks now too! I think BOA had 2 of them at their banks this week.

  • jussaying

    omg! what the hell. I know they're at a lot of gas stations smh. I'm about to be like my great granddaddy with a safe and paper money lol.

  • SpideySense

    True. Isee what you're saying. I guess my point is that some stores have different objectives and apprehending the petty thieves may not be their highest priority for reasons we may not be privy to.

    When i worked at Arden B back in the day there was a ring of professional thieves that hit the store several times a month. One day my manager had enough and chased dude through the mall. He was promptly fired for pursuing the thief because our policy was not to confront shop lifters. If something happened to an employee while confronting a thief the employee could sue the company and they weren't having that. Many companies hold this policy.

  • http://Copblock.org aDingoDrankMyBabies

    Ahhhh, see...It figures the bank would fight the victim...They love telling you how over insured your money is though?

  • Mel

    What sort of ID she presented ? Cus lady I check if it ain't no state id, permanent resident or passport you ain't gonna get jack. They better investigate the teller too sheiit

  • Auditor

    Lol really

  • Fendi

    Got it.

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    Banking 101: Most bank employees are taught to apologize for the inconvenience and rectify the situation quickly, but NEVER admit that the bank was at fault.

  • http://Copblock.org aDingoDrankMyBabies

    ??? and that ish hurt my feelings...

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    Now that you mention it, she cleaned out the woman's accounts and took $32,000 in cash? Did the teller fill out the large currency transaction report? Did the teller compare the signature being presented to the real signature? You right, investigate the teller too.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    That is crazy! Dude has clearly done that many times.

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    Because banks are famous for insulting peoples' intelligence and acting puzzled when customers leave. Lol

  • Kwamella Diquan

    And for not hiding her face..BOLD AZZ!

  • Kwamella Diquan

    U IGNET.. Lmmfao..lol..u STOOOOOPID. Lol

  • Fendi

    Exactly. I was a witness to multiple liquor thefts at one of the CVS stores I used to frequent. There was always some fool stuffing bottles in his backpack or walking out with a 12-pack, despite security always being in the store. But that's what happens when security is busy clocking what I'm doing/calling themselves flirting. Pay attention to the thieves and leave me alone. I'm not interested.

  • http://Copblock.org aDingoDrankMyBabies

    ???

  • Branch Davidian

    Don't worry kids. Vote for Uncle Bernie and you won't need that 32K. Your college will be freeeee!! On another note, thief or not, that girl was a banger. I'd hit that AND pay for dinner even though she could clearly afford it.

  • harley_quinn2.0

    ???

  • Alicia.Ashe

    Lololololol

  • Alicia.Ashe

    That wig is terrible and look like her hairline is trying to hide.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    Exactly.

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    I loathe thieving arse people. Get your own.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    Is Euxodie pregnant?

  • jussaying

    right! my thing is how do you even cash a check without ID tho... smh

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    What makes you ask? She looking fluffy? So am I currently, but it's just after dinner bloat.?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I just saw a pic of her and one of Rudy looking pregnant. Rudy's belly is out there...

  • Renee26

    Looks like Tammy Roman

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Marie's man Hot Sauce got sentenced to 7.5 years & has to pay $1M fine.

    EYE know his books finna STAY full!

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Euro looks chunky, but Rudy has a round belly.

  • Scroogwap

    Why would you keep 32k in the commercial bank , Dummy? Join a credit union or something. Major banks are sceevy and suspect as hell.

    The Teller was probably in on it.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    I saw it on TSR.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    Let me go look at Rudy

  • Scroogwap

    Tellers are in on these Bank Scams too. These banks will hire anybody these days.

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    Now that he has been sentenced does she get back all the money she has put out for him?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    IONO how that works. Didn't he get rearrested and that's why she had to pay a few different times? I think it get forfeited if you do something while out on bond. IONO

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I saw it on fakeout

  • THE OLDER SISTAH

    Oh hell no! Now if she was to get back all the money she already put out I'd say she could put something on his books on her way OUT of town, but if she forfeited all that money I'd say she should just haul azz out of town while he is locked up. In any event, I would be gone.

  • Vonn

    She looks like Tami Roman.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I'd be living in a whole other state LOL

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I hope this "victim" didn't mastermind this dumb ish...

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *jacked We talked about this when it happened a couple months ago.

    (CNN) 1st U.S. uterus transplant fails

    A yeast infection led to the failure of the first uterus transplant
    performed in the United States, the Cleveland Clinic said Friday.

    In February, 26-year-old Lindsey McFarland, whose last name was previously not released, became the first patient in the United States to receive a uterus transplant. Cleveland Clinic doctors transplanted the organ from a deceased donor during a nine-hour surgery.

    McFarland, a mother of three boys who were adopted through the foster system, spoke to reporters in March, less than two weeks after undergoing the experimental procedure.

    "I was 16 and was told I would never have children and from that moment on, I've prayed that God would allow me that opportunity to experience pregnancy. And here we are today at the beginning of that journey," she said while sitting in a wheelchair with her husband, Blake, standing behind her.

    On Friday, Cleveland Clinic transplant surgeon Dr. Andreas Tzakis said
    McFarland developed a fever later that day that led to emergency surgery to remove the uterus. "We were watching her very closely. This
    presented in such an insidious way that it was a surprise."

    A few days later, the hospital announced that McFarland suffered a
    complication that led to the removal of the newly transplanted uterus.
    It said no other information was available at the time.

    "The complication was an infection with a fungus called candida albicans, which is ubiquitous in a lot of parts of the body, particularly female organs," Tzakis said Friday. "Normally it resides in people without causing a problem. If someone is immunocompromised it can cause an infection," he said. That infection then compromised the blood supply to the uterus.

    Candida albicans is the most common species of yeast that can cause human infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Candida yeasts normally live on the skin and mucous membranes without causing infection," the CDC website says. However, an overgrowth of these fungi, which can result from antibiotic use, can turn into a mouth infection called thrush or a vaginal yeast infections in women.

    Tzakis said the hospital voluntarily put the clinical trial, which hopes to
    enroll 10 patients, on hold while the team makes some changes to the
    protocol to prevent the same complication from happening again. These
    include the use of antifungal medications and some adjustments to the
    technique, he said.

    Cleveland Clinic was the first to perform the procedure in the United States but doctors in Sweden have performed the surgery using living donors, in some cases relatives, in nine women since 2012. There have been five successful live births. One transplant resulted in a bacterial infection that also led to the removal of the transplanted uterus, but that infection had not been seen before in humans or animals, Tzakis said.

    Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital are approved by the United Network for Organ Sharing to perform a uterus transplant and have plans for their own clinical trials. There is one patient on the waiting list for a uterine transplant, according to UNOS.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Word??? Well, maybe Lotto Marie will have bought a clue and gotten a new, non-criminal man by the time he gets out. Although, she'll probably be a Yandy.??

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Screen shot??

  • Finding Forever…

    Sidenote: RIP Daisy Lewellyn (of Blood, Sweat & Heels) on losing your battle to the c-word...Such a great spirit & love of life, will miss seeing that smile on the Today show & any future episodes to come of the reality show...Hope the Lord is comfort to both of your parents (sadly an only child, if memory is correct & only 36)...NOOOOW this woman here, HOPE SHE IS CAUGHT & THROWN ALLLLL THEE WAY UNDER THE CELL.

  • That’s Interesting

    Oh no! I am very sorry to hear that. She was my favorite. So sad. Life is so short. We need to stay prayed up.

  • That’s Interesting

    My first thought was....unclockable

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I'm not on a phone right now LOL

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers
  • country57

    Sandra, what happened to the story about the dad giving his girls a whoopin for twerkin. Why did u remove it?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Check if it's there :)

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    They can tell me I have three kids and a Grandson and I won't belee it.

  • whitty hutton

    Send that bytch to gel for a very long time. The end.

  • whitty hutton

    Zackly why she needs her ass whooped...beat some humility into her sorry ass. I detest a thief.

  • harley_quinn2.0

    So there was another post? I thought my mind was playing tricks on me lol

  • whitty hutton

    #oldfolklogic gon have yo ass in gel. Once u eat the food, it's considered stolen.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Got it! (Didn't see it at first so disregard my reply.) She definitely looks kinda round in the middle. But I swear folks was putting her on bump watch when her & Ed ran down the aisle at the speed of light. ? So I'm not surprised.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers
  • scentsychick30

    Good luck to this lady,hopefully her bank gave her provisional credit while they investigate. I'm willing to bet you this was someone she knew it in her immediate family.

  • whitty hutton

    **throws rocks at u** ??????????

  • scentsychick30

    I wonder why it raised no red flags to the teller. Clearly he could look at the lady history and see the type of activity she had.

  • whitty hutton

    As opposed to half an airplane?? ????

  • Auditor

    Lol I know. I remember a white couple with their kid getting arrested cause the woman ate a sandwich? in the store and didn't pay for it. Claiming she forgot...arrested her ass and the man.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    I went over there. Hadn't been on that site in ages. Good grief!?? Some poster I see post here sometimes is dragging and getting dragged. Well, just a Level 1 drag, but it was funny nonetheless. ?

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Whaaa? For real? It's ins...nevermind. ?

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    $1M? Because...

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    We expected Rudy. Someone here called that.

  • bemetoo

    NO that would be CLOCKABLE

  • https://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    It was an old video. In fact I wrote a post about that video when it first surfaced online.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    ? After dinner bloat = release of pants and gas; not necessarily in that order.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    BEcause his bish got money?! :shrug:
    IONO. I thought that was odd too!

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Chile I had a fool to lift me last week. ? I had to tell them nothing good was going to come of that until they did right by me...mmm that was Color Purple, but you get what I'm saying.

    This Moscato is FI yah. ?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers
  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Yep. I'm calling Set It Off too.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    LMAO
    I recall that.

  • whitty hutton

    So there's dragging levels?? Lawd I'm is old! ???

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Y'all can keep BoA.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers
  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers
  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Up to $200k now I think....

  • GuestSTAR

    It's not common for someone to walk into a bank and ask to withdraw 32K in CASH, a cashiers check is one thing, but CASH would definitely raise eyebrows and its usually discouraged by bank management to walk out with that much money.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Middle East.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    I don't think a good thief cares. That means they have to have a conscience.

  • Mrs. (Asexual) Elmo

    Just look for misses "Potato Head" and a red marker.

  • Mrs. (Asexual) Elmo

    Where she @, lol...

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Chile they kept the other 14 for personal use knowing good and well there was 28. ?

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Yep. This is the decoy to allow the bigger one to come through. ?

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    Right smh. Enjoy your libations Lucy ?

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    But it's been since February and they're still looking for her? How much is the reward? Surely this is someone who would turn her in for a gift card from Krogers.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Slaps you...twice.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Some of my people got legal docs (public record), signed a NOTEBOOK piece of paper paper and took...you know what? I'm going to stop there. I was going to tell it all, but on second hand I don't want other people who have ill will to know how easy it is.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    You were probably cutting into the super's weekend bar. ?

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Do Kingpins even get this much?

  • KB

    DAYYYUUMM!

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Chile look!

  • Blue

    Yeah. Some thief tried to use our card for $1400 worth of stuff at Eastbay. Ole bum. My bank reversed the charge doh.

  • Scroogwap

    Up to 250,000 but still... Who wants to go through all that mental anguish?
    Not me... Real wealthy people have secret vaults for a reason. A billionaire ain't banking at Wells Fargo with all his money. You only supposed to use that as a spending account.

  • Jean Paul Le’vonne

    ......

  • country57

    oh ok, Thanks Sandra.

  • country57

    Thought I went to the wrong blog. lol

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    This is awesome. Congrats to them ???

  • Fendi

    I never considered that. The super was a middle aged sprite. The thief was a younger Black male - late 20's/early 30's, aka too damn old to be stealing.

    He was over there stealing some Ciroc or some isht. Bum thief. He should've been grabbing the Grey Goose. Smh

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I don't recall hearing this kind of $ amount. I could be wrong but I don't really ever remember a high amount.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Yes. That's why I didn't font more. It's easier than folks think.

  • Scroogwap

    Teller was probably in on it

  • SouljaSociety

    Sandra Rose a snitch ass site.... did he steal money from YOUR ACCOUNT or someone in your FAMILY?? So why you on here on some snitch sh*t???

  • Queen B

    Ooo Wells Fargo mad as hell lol they gotta give her all the $$ bk too

  • ReadingUfromTX

    See this irks me to no end because I had tried to withdraw $3200 of my money the other day through the drive thru window that is closest to the teller window. So I'm looking dead at the teller who I always deal with. This time the mexican tells me that I had to go inside to enter my pin b/c I've never withdrawn that amount before. I told him yes I have (in my not so friendly sista with attitude voice) and it's an inconvenience because i'm already right here. I think his ass was trying to get me on the lobby surveillance camera's on the cool. I told him to lower the amount and he gave it to me with no problem.

    Yet this heffa didn't have to enter no pins or nothing for 32k cash!!

  • _perfectly__incomplete__

    Don't banks do other checks, with my bank you have to call the day before you want the money and you cant take more than 10k out per visit

  • Smith Jane

    She looks like this woman I work with. Who's now on vacation this week...?

  • Monday

    Wasn't a similar story a few months ago about the same bank and similar scenario..

    I won't put my money there.

    At least the bank will give her money back and the bank will recoup the inssurance money

  • LeBrick James

    Somebody will recognize her picture and drop a dime on her.

    She's gonna do some years of prison time... and for what? $32000?
    It's stupid how people dont value their freedom.

  • nucynu25

    Lmao ....I know am so dramatic???

  • Traci404

    When someone removes this much money from the bank.
    They need to call the phone number on the account.
    And dont they still take a thumb or fingerprint with bank withdrawals?

  • Traci404

    Still a thief!
    Why would you put the ish in your purse and not leave?
    Even though the store has to wait for you to pass by all opportunities to pay for an item, before thats considered shoplifting.
    (For legal purposes)

    Your intent, your soul, your character, your spirit, everything about you still says THIEF in the universe.
    That negative energy always comes back as a "L" in your life.

  • Traci404

    She got over today, but it all catches up with you.

    One of the Laws of the Universe: You Reap What You Sow.
    probably find her dead of a heroine overdose by tuesday.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    STFU
    'Twas a joke ?

  • Molly Church

    Scary, how did she get all this identification on the victim, did she know this woman?

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    I swear y'all black folks have dragged Buckhead to the slums. I remember when that area was the IT part of town. Now it's scam after scam, marta bus after marta bus. No way would I live down there.

    Sorry Phaedra, you can stop boasting about Buckhead like it's "the Beverly Hills of the South."

  • Put some Respeck on B.Sweet

    Do they even have a reward is the question. Has the bank been trying to keep it under raps due to their embarrassment? So many questions.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    Sandra Rose--Celebrity Blogger and Crime Fighter. This case doesn't make sense. How did she get the woman's ID--several particles of it at that? These days, you'll have some idea if your identity is being used. If she lost her wallet or something, how come she didn't get a police report--and notify her bank?

    I call BS. The "victim" is probably in on it. But for what its worth, the chick in the photo looks like a woman who used to work at Honeybaked Hams out in Druid Hills.

  • Ajavee

    That's why I will stick with my local/regional bank.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    Yes, it is. When I tell you I was petrified...

  • Mercury

    As a person who's had a thief go into my bank account and help themselves to MY hard earned money, it angers me to see ish like this. The bank gladly gave me back my money, but I really wanted to find this person and deliver the @$$ beating of a lifetime to them. I really wanted to beat this person within an inch of their life. I hope they find this lady and I hope she get every single bit of karma that's thrown her way.

  • Rodmilla De Ghent

    yep up to 250K

  • Tyneshia

    black women are most of the identidy theft scammers. Lets just admit it..we need to find out why so many women of color think this is the new way to make money..

  • Arii

    So the victim did all of that to get her own $32,000 out of the bank...instead of just withdrawing it? What kind of sense does that make?

  • 6ixGod

    Damn Phaedra back at it again.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    OMG you can't be this stupid. Because she can pretend to be a victim and the bank will refund her money. She automatically gets her money replaced because the bank gave her money away, silly! The "victim" can now easily claim the bank was negligent by not thoroughly verifying her identity, or the transaction, meaning the bank has to pay up the $32K. A good con artist knows the ropes.

    So basically, the chicks probably split the original $32K and now the "victim" gets reimbursed the "stolen" $32K. So she comes out $16K on top.

    Identity theft happens so often that it doesn't usually make the news, which is the wild card in this case. If caught, mama in the bank might spill the real goods and everybody's ass ends up in jail.

  • thrift.store.jungle

    yeah, eff those ?

  • BlackWidow Reigns 06

    loser B** Karma gone Getcha