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Queens Woman Says Man Opened Nieman Marcus Credit Card In Her Name, Bought Pricey Products


NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A search was under way Wednesday night for a suspect behind a credit card scam in Queens.

As CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported, police said the man opened up an account in a woman’s name, and then ordered some high-end items.

The Flushing, Queens woman read off the charges – $500, $200, 300. And she does not splurge on expensive skin care.

“I don’t know this brand name. You know, I never shop this brand name but, I look at the bill and I said, ‘Oh my God, this is going to kill me,’” the woman said. “I cannot afford. I would never order such stuff.”

But the items, which cost a total of nearly $2,000, were ordered using a Nieman Marcus credit card in her name.

“It’s outrageous,” the woman said. “I never spend that much money on myself.”

The woman, who did not want to be identified, said she contacted the high-end department store when the items arrived at her home last week. The credit card arrived a few days…

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