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She may have filed a police report, but this angry Starbucks customer was on a mission to personally accuse a barista of stealing her credit card.
“We’re gonna get even, that’s what we’re gonna do,” Elizabeth Becerra of California said while approaching the shop’s drive-through window and hashing out her plan to confront the 19-year-old coffee server.
In the curse-filled tirade recorded by her brother (with over 170,000 YouTube views) the woman claimed the barista charged $212 to her credit card at a grocery store a day after her info was stolen.
“So we got you on camera yesterday,” an angry Becerra started.
“Just know that the cops are coming up here,” the woman unleashed. “They recorded your ass and everything. You took a copy of my f—ing card on New Year’s Day! You know what you did,” she screamed from her car.
The cashier, clearly petrified, said, “I’m so sorry, ma’am,” and started profusely apologizing — explaining that she’s “a good child,” a student and soccer player.
The shocked girl even admitted how she did it — she wrote down the woman’s credit card number when she stepped away claiming to need receipt paper.
The barista tried to pay the furious customer back on the spot, but that wasn’t good enough.
“You go to Starbucks to get coffee, not to get robbed!” Becerra said.
And it looks like she got what she wanted, as a Starbucks spokeswoman confirmed to FoxNews.com that the employee no longer wears a green apron.
I dont understand, how does it work in the states, so she wrote down this ladies number, expiry and security code.
How did she manage to use that at the grocery store? Did she verbally tell them the credit card information and they accepted it?
I can see how she could have easily used the information to buy something online (although that would have failed almost immediately since she wouldn't have the right shipping or billing address).
EDIT: or maybe I am not giving this girl enough credit (pun intended), she managed to print her own card? In which case this goes from a crime of opportunity to this girl being a criminal mastermind, as she would have most certainly done this multiple times.
Considering a lot of grocery stores still accept cheques (or checks) in the US, I'm not really surprised the customer still swipes her card and that the kid managed to use the stolen info. Hell, most of the stores I go to down there, don't even use chip technology.
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work at starbucks here. credits don't expire. for the longest time, if you don't use your card for 12 months consecutive, they used to dock like $2 off. i think they got rid of that clause a while ago.
go to starbucks website and check the balance. or if you have it on you, just walk into a store and ask them to check the balance for you.
I had the same issue with a towing company driver once. Wrote down my card number and few days later, couple charges (other than towing fee) showed up on it. Just dispute over the phone no time for this social justice business.
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Originally Posted by vitaminG
^nobody telling you to order a a $6 coffee, their regular drip coffee is same price as anywhere else and they give out better rewards than stupid monopoly or roll up the rim
yup, right now, I get 4 Starbucks stars for every purchase. I spend a grand total of $1.89 for a cup. I get discount for having a refillable mug. You get reward after 12 stars. Anything in store...... be it drinks or food. Before that, I had offer of ten stars for reloading card with 10 bucks or more. Refills are free if you reach green and gold level.
I pay via smartphone app. Balance is updated almost ASAP.
Yolo should be replaced with, "You Only Die Once!"
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