Jan 4, 2016

Woman confronts Starbucks employee who stole $200 from credit card

A California woman wants you to be careful when it comes to using your credit cards. In a video shared to YouTube and Facebook, Elizabeth Becerra is seen confronting a Starbucks employee who made a copy of her credit card and spent over $200 at a local grocery store on New Year's Day.

Via Dailymail:
 "Becerra said the 19-year-old cashier was caught on camera after telling her that she needed more receipt paper.

The video starts with Becerra's brother asking her what she's going to say to the cashier and Becerra said: 'We're gonna get even, that's what we're gonna do.
'I'm going to say, I hope them $212 were worth it of groceries yesterday because I filed a f**king police report and your corporate already knows about it.' 

As they approached the drive-thru window, the cashier greets Becerra and hands her the order and her credit card.

'They recorded your a** and everything. You took a copy of my f**king card the other day on New Year's Day. You know what you did.' 
The cashier was shocked and immediately apologized, but Becerra insisted that she admit what she had done. 
'So what are you sorry about? That you took f**king money from me and my kids? What are you sorry about?' 
I am a good child. I swear I am really good. I really do go to school. I'm 19. I play soccer.' Becerra asked her how she even made a copy of her card and the cashier said she 'I took the numbers actually'. 

The cashier desperately asked her not to press charges and offered to give her the money back."