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Police Are Now Asking Certain Kroger Shoppers to Check "For Fraudulent Charges"
There are few feelings worse than looking at a receipt after a shopping trip and realizing that you've been overcharged. Whether simple human error or something more nefarious, customers sometimes paying far more than they owe is an unfortunate reality. In many cases, these issues are taken up by local officials tasked with keeping stores in line, but now, shoppers themselves are being asked to monitor their accounts, as police in one area are flagging a scam targeting Kroger customers. Read on to find out if you need to be on the lookout "for fraudulent charges."
Multiple Kroger shoppers have recently claimed they were fraudulently charged. The Moraine Police Department in Moraine, Ohio, took to Facebook on Dec. 22 to warn about the incidents and issue a fraud alert.
According to the post, the department started getting complaints on Dec. 17 from Kroger customers who had placed online grocery orders for delivery either through the retailer's app or Instacart.
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