South Jersey PNC Bank Manager Charged With Theft From Customers' Accounts

A 37-year-old PNC Bank manager in Moorestown was charged Thursday with stealing from customers' accounts

Amy S. Foti of Pedricktown was charged with four counts of theft by deception, 3rd degree; four counts of forgery, 3rd degree, four counts of misapplication of entrusted property, 3rd Degree; and three counts of computer criminal activity, 2nd Degree 

She turned herself in Thursday at Police Headquarters and was released pending court after posting $25,000 with 10 percent permissible cash bail. 

Moorestown Detectives working in cooperation with PNC Investigative Services Group conducted a month-long investigation leading to the charges being filed with Burlington County Superior Court. 

According to Moorestown police:

Foti was the Branch Manager of the PNC Bank located at 101 West Main Street, Moorestown. She has been charged with making unauthorized withdrawals and transactions resulting in financial loss to four customers in the amount of $41,000.
The time period of the known thefts occurred between August 29, 2012 to March 10, 2014. She was employed at the PNC Moorestown Branch since June 6, 2011 and has since been terminated by PNC as a result of this investigation. 

Customers of PNC Bank in Moorestown who have observed questionable withdrawals/activity on their bank statements are asked to contact any PNC Bank or Moorestown Detective Don Brauckmann at 856-914-3045 . This should include anyone who might have observed a suspicious withdrawal on their account and contacted PNC Bank of Moorestown, spoke with Bank Manager Amy S. Foti, who corrected this “error”.

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John April 04, 2014 at 08:59 AM
What an expression. It's like "oh well, so what". Hate to say but wouldn't be surprised if a Heroin Addiction might be an issue here.
Holly April 06, 2014 at 06:48 PM
I know her well and I can assure you that Amy is not an addict of anything. She was in shock when that picture was taken. She didn't know what expression was expected of her. Sorry this one doesn't suit you. Thankfully she has a huge supportive family and many friends, all of whom know she is innocent and will support her through this.
John April 06, 2014 at 07:43 PM
Making unauthorized withdrawals is a serious red flag in the banking business . $41,000 isn't chump change. When the investigation was done all roads led right to Amy. She willingly turned herself in (which was the right thing to do) . At this point, Amy has to come clean as to why this all happened. Now, did someone forge or fake her access code ? If so, then that person(s) should be held responsible. If not , Amy needs to come clean , face the music and move on with her life.


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