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Audit Shows Eagle Mountain Employees Used City Credit Cards for Personal Purchases

Audit Shows Eagle Mountain Employees Used City Credit Cards for Personal Purchases



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(KSL News) Eagle Mountain employees are being warned not to use city credit cards for personal purchases.

An audit of the city's finances found the cards were used for personal purchases three times in the 2005-06 fiscal year and that the city tax identification number was also used in the transactions.

The city administrator has now sent a memo to all department heads reiterating the policy that personal purchases cannot go on city credit cards, even if the city is later reimbursed.

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