HAYWARD, Calif. (KGO) — When it comes to your money, nothing is quite as unsettling as a scammer breaking into your bank account.

It happened in a most unusual way to a Hayward woman, who found a stunning delivery in her mailbox.

It was troubling — and almost surreal.

This woman suddenly received a stack of mail containing not one or two, but 70 Chase bank credit cards, issued to 70 complete strangers, all on her credit card account. Even more troubling — it never raised a red flag when someone added 70 names to her account. Instead, the bank went ahead and issued all those fraudulent credit cards.

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The stack of envelopes arrived all at once in Tina Kumar’s mailbox.

“I’ve never heard of something so outrageous. I’ve never seen something so outrageous,” she said. “I was overwhelmed when I saw the envelopes. I didn’t know what was going on. and I’ve been,…

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