Former Fifth Third Bank employee to plead guilty to identity theft scheme

NWI Times reports:

A woman Monday entered into a plea agreement in connection with an alleged identity theft scam that impacted various retailers in Northwest Indiana and elsewhere.

Under the plea agreement with the U.S. attorney’s office, Kathryn Jackson said she will plead guilty to three counts of identity theft.

From October 2010 through Jan. 2011, Jackson was employed as a lead customer service representative at a Fifth Third Bank facility in Chicago. According to the plea agreement, she unlawfully accessed bank clients’ accounts and provided their names and other information to another individual without the clients’ knowledge.

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