FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — A former employee of a technology company was recently accused of stealing $6,000 from the business.
An employee contacted the sheriff’s office June 16 to say the 30-year-old former employee reportedly started to make unauthorized transactions totaling $6,000 on a company credit card starting in February.
The employee told deputies the company caught on when the man started using the card for small personal purchases and later reimbursing the company, which he was told to stop doing. The company began monitoring the transactions on the card and noticed discrepancies in the submitted receipts and what the bank showed as transactions.
The employee said she created a spreadsheet to keep track of the transactions and that the man had since been fired.