I have a Keychain full of rewards cards, discounts cards, but none are swiped as a credit card.
Two totally different things. Call Bass Pro. They will explain. Scheiderer said a rewards card, not a credit card. JMO from having a rewards card, myself, but I do not have a Bass Pro credit card. A rewards card and a credit card are totally different. One is used for reward points, one is used to charge purchases (a form of payment.) The other places the Wagners used rewards cards were at auto parts places, etc. Like Auto Zone, Advanced Auto Parts, Peebles, etc., simply rewards points, but they could have had credit cards, too if these businesses offered them. Still have to be presented separately IMO.
Looking at my notes just now I saw this:
Records indicate a night scope was purchased for an AR rifle from Bass Pro Shop using Jake's Rewards Card.
So you are correct, the Rewards Card is the Bass Pro Shop Rewards Card
and I'm sure Scheiderer said multiple purchases were made with Jake's Rewards Card and so other murder kit purchases were made from Bass Pro Shop.
Various purchases were made with some being online purchases and some being done directly with cash.
BCI pieced together financial records and saw the first "murder kit" purchase was on 2-26-16.
An Invoice from Tactical Innovations Inc. billed to Jake Wagner 260 Peterson Rd. 1 quantity Colt numerex 1911 thread adapter thread protectors.
Evidence shows they were purchasing many parts to make suppressors and the
drill bit size diameters compared to the caliber of the guns shows the suppressor items being bought were for 22 and 40 caliber guns.
Maglite flashlights generic versions were purchased.
At a local auto parts store cash was used to buy 10 freeze plugs that suppress sound, SKS Magazine, SKS ammo for a 30 caliber gun
, masks, bug detector, brass catcher, AKS Mag big nuts, other nuts.
GW4 met someone in person (from Facebook) on the side of the Hwy and purchased a 40 caliber Glock. This is according to his uncle CN who accompanied him.
We know the three calibers of firearms that were used to commit these murders. A 22 caliber long rifle, a 40 caliber, and a 30 caliber.