In June, the woman contacted the Barrow County Sheriff's Office to report two unauthorized purchases on her credit card, both of which she blamed on her driver.
At the time, she could not provide authorities with anything other than the name of her driver because she "changes her 'servants' frequently and does not have any formal hiring process."
That lack of a formal hiring process may have led to more issues for the 74-year-old woman.
On Sept. 5, the woman contacted the Sheriff's Office after noticing fraudulent activity on her banking account.
"She stated she loans her bank cards to her 'servants' to go make purchases for her," the deputy wrote in the report. "She stated she has multiple servants and does not have any form of identification or any way to track which ones work what days."
Despite having "multiple servants" and being unsure of which ones worked on which days, the woman provided the name of the "servant" she believed was responsible for the fraudulent activity.
"She stated [the servant] no longer works for her because she had stolen from her in the past," the report indicated.
In total, the woman reported $1,056 in fraudulent charges.
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