“1,666 dollars,” Allen said.
That’s how much she said her check in late December was worth and what was never deposited in her bank account.
“We all worked really hard in December. Some people lost a lot,” Allen said of employees at other locations.
She said the first indication anything was wrong with her paycheck was a letter from the U.S. Postal Service dated Dec. 17. It states, “The Postal Service recently detected unusual activity associated with your USPS self-service account.”
She said she received the letter on the Dec. 21 but by then, it was too late. Someone apparently had already stolen her information and intercepted her money.