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Wisconsin colleges fight identity theft and fraud

7:08 AM, Feb. 6, 2013
A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student uses the bursar's office on Tuesday on campus. One way college financial directors have tried to combat identity theft is to change the way refunds are issued.
A University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student uses the bursar's office on Tuesday on campus. One way college financial directors have tried to combat identity theft is to change the way refunds are issued.
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It's not every day that a woman from Nebraska pays for two students from Egypt to attend the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Staff became suspicious and investigated after one of the students came to the bursar's office to get a refund because his account was overpaid after the woman's credit card was used online in April to pay more than $3,300 on the students' accounts. Employees later determined the woman never gave anyone permission to use her credit card number.

Officials prevented the payments from processing and, after a monthslong probe, the two students - ages 18 and 20 - were cited ...

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