In a sobering reminder of the serious consequences that can come about in a credit card fraud case an Indiana woman pleads guilty in a $304,000 gift card scam and could end up facing up to 20 years of jail time and a $500,000 fine.
According to the Evansville Courier Press, Kathina Reynolds, 35, of Evansville, Indiana, pleaded guilty to illegally using a business credit card in the name of OMNI Home Care Corp to illegally obtain $304,000 of prepaid gift cards from various Kroger grocery stores with her partner in crime Charice Curtis.
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