PA: Former TD Bank worker indicted in fraud scheme that included county branches

Jeannie O’Sullivan reports:

A federal grand jury has indicted a former TD Bank employee for her alleged role in a scheme involving fraudulent withdrawals totaling nearly $70,000 from branches in Burlington and Camden counties between October and February.

Jennell Digby, 27, of Philadelphia, was charged with conspiracy, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft, according to an indictment filed Thursday with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia.

Digby, who worked as a call-center representative on Atrium Way in Mount Laurel and then as a customer-service representative at a Trooper, Pa., branch, faces a maximum sentence of 41 years in prison, a fine of $2 million, and five years of supervised release if convicted.

The indictment alleges that a co-conspirator, Kashon Adade, 24, of King of Prussia, Pa., provided Social Security numbers to Digby in exchange for account information improperly retrieved by Digby. Adade then used the information to withdraw $67,800 from three accounts using check runners who presented fake identification to access the accounts, according to the indictment.


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