Oklahoma County woman charged with charging couple’s credit cards

An Oklahoma County woman is accused of debiting the credit cards of an older couple Court documents show she did it through her small business Tens of thousands of dollars were stolen, as alleged in court documents after a woman was charged with two counts of exploiting older people. The documents indicated that she had done so through her own company. , the 2020 creator of The Go-To-Girl. “I made her work for me as a party planner, housekeeper,” Crowe said. On the company’s Facebook page, Baade lists specific services, such as “exclusive concierge service, personal assistant, and house and pet sitting.” At first, Crowe said their business relationship went well, but things started to take a turn for the worse. “She started making accounting mistakes. The bills would be too high or too frequent,” Crowe said. Nichols Hills where an older couple had over $45,000 charged to their credit card by Baade who was not authorized. Before that, Crowe said she asked him for a loan, saying she was struggling to keep her business afloat. “She came to me in December of this year and asked for a loan of a thousand dollars. We had a long relationship, I felt comfortable loaning that. And then she defaulted almost immediately,” said Crowe. Nichols Hills Police investigators spoke with Baade earlier this year and she told them she was working to repay the money. “She was a girl who was really respected in our community. She was truly the Go-To-Girl. And everyone appreciated and loved him. It’s too bad she took this wrong route,” Crowe said. KOCO 5 reached out to Baade for comment but did not hear back. Nichols Hills police said they arrested her Nov. 3.

An Oklahoma County woman is accused of charging an elderly couple’s credit cards.

Court documents show she did it through her small business.

Tens of thousands of dollars have been stolen, court documents claim after a woman was charged with two counts of elder exploitation. The documents indicate that she did so through her own company.

“The Go-To-Girl. You went to her when you were too busy and just needed to do something,” said victim Lesa Crowe.

Crowe said he hired Amanda Baade, the creator of The Go-To-Girl in 2020.

“I made her work for me as a party planner, housekeeper,” Crowe said.

On the company’s Facebook page, Baade lists specific services, such as “exclusive concierge service, personal assistant, and home and pet sitting.” At first, Crowe said their business relationship went well, but things started to take a turn for the worse.

“She started making accounting mistakes. The bills would be too high or too frequent,” Crowe said.

Court documents detailed another case in Nichols Hills where an elderly couple had more than $45,000 charged to their credit card by Baade who was not authorized. Before that, Crowe said she asked him for a loan, saying she was struggling to keep her business afloat.

“She came to me in December of that year and asked me for a loan of a thousand dollars. We had a long relationship, I felt comfortable loaning that. And then she defaulted almost immediately” , Crowe said.

Records from the Oklahoma State Court System show that Baade was the subject of several other civil lawsuits. Nichols Hills Police investigators spoke with Baade earlier this year and she told them she was working to repay the money.

“She was a girl who was really respected in our community. She was truly the Go-To-Girl. And everyone appreciated and loved her. It’s a shame she took this wrong road” , Crowe said.

KOCO 5 reached out to Baade for comment but did not hear back. Nichols Hills police said they arrested her on November 3.