I-PASS users could see unexpected activity in their bank accounts.
Friday, December 9, 2011
The Illinois Tollway's I-PASS system erroneously began a cycle of account charges and refunds on Dec. 9 to I-PASS accounts that were scheduled for automatic balance replenishment. As a result, I-PASS customers may notice unnecessary charges and refunds from the Illinois Tollway on their credit and debit cards. Tollway officials are working to ensure that all I-PASS automatic replenishment accounts have been correctly refunded. They are also working with banks to ensure that customers do not incur overdraft fees as a result of this computer problem. I-PASS customers with questions about their accounts may call the Illinois Tollway's customer call center at 1-800-824-7277.
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A Skokie man told police he killed his 18-year-old daughter and his 27-month-old granddaughter on Wednesday. He called 911 operators shortly after attacking them and told police he had just stabbed his 18-year-old daughter and 2-year-old granddaughter, police said. Just as the latest smartphone is replaced with better technology, so can a tollway’s electronic tolling system. The Illinois Tollway’s I-PASS system has been around for nearly a decade, and tollway officials say it is time to expand and update its capabilities. “The Elgin-O‘Hare [Expressway] will be the first all-electronic tollway in the region,” Illinois Tollway Executive Director Kristi Lafleur said The plan is to have no cash booths or employees on the Elgin-O’Hare; the …