Woman & # 39; caught Burger King employee taking a photo of her debit card & # 39; while paying for her meal during a drive-in
- Trisha Ryan from Ohio noticed that a cashier hesitated when she went to pay
- She saw a flash coming from his phone and accused him of taking a photo
- The manager took the phone and found several photos of credit cards
- The cashier has been fired from the restaurant, but there are no costs involved
- Ryan has canceled her card to be safe
An Ohio woman says a local Burger King employee took a photo of her debit card on his phone after she handed him over to pay for her order.
Trisha Ryan stopped at the window of a drive-in in Hamilton, near Cincinnati, and gave the cashier her card to pay.
She said the man behind the counter seemed to hesitate for a moment when he looked at her card, and then she saw a flash coming from his cell phone.
Trisha Ryan from Ohio noticed that a cashier hesitated when she went to pay for her meal
She saw a flash on his and accused the worker of taking a photo at the drive-through window
& # 39; I saw him grab his phone, place it upstairs on the counter, take a photo, then he did some manual work and then he took another photo and gave me my receipt. So I said, "Hey, I just saw you take a picture of my card." He is like: "No, I didn't!" and he kept arguing with me, & Ryan said to News12.
In the end, Ryan told the restaurant manager, who took the employee's phone and called the police.
& # 39; I have an employee who takes photos of people's credit cards. I took his phone from him because a customer saw him doing it and he has more than one credit card here, & heard the manager say to the police.
Ryan, in the photo, says the manager took the phone and found several photos of credit cards
The cashier has been fired from the Ohio restaurant, pictured, but there are no costs involved
Ryan believes she did a good deed because the man apparently collected credit card information on his phone from unsuspecting customers.
Ryan has canceled her card as a precaution.
The employee has since been released, KDKA reported.
Hamilton Police looks at the phone of the fast food employee, but from now on the former Burger King employee is according to News12.
The police advises to keep a close eye on when paying with a card in a store. They say it is always safer to pay in cash or with a gift voucher.
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