Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Conn., has had some problems with fraudulent use of lost or stolen student IDs, according to the university’s student newspaper.
“There have been a few instances on campus where either a student lost their card or had their card stolen,” said Mike Moylan, director of student union. “These students did not freeze their account, shut it off on blackboard, or come into the student union office to shut their cards off and as a result, money had been used in certain locations.”
The ID card can be used to make purchases on and off campus. The university encourages students to report lost or stolen IDs as soon a possible to prevent fraud.
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