Working for someone else, you know that if you're granted access to company credit cards or bank accounts that you can't use them for your own personal gain. Sometimes, you are granted permission to do so or to use the accounts to make purchases for events or activities at work. In some cases, being accused of stealing money is a mistake, and that means you have the right to protect your good name.
This recent news story describes a similar situation. A woman from Chester has been charged with a felony for a large-scale theft scheme, according to a report from Dec. 14. The woman, a 67-year-old, has been accused of stealing over $350,000 from the business where she was employed as an office manager. She had worked at the company for seven years.