“You come to Starbucks to get coffee, not to get robbed!” said a California woman who confronted a young Starbucks worker who stole more than $200 off of her credit card.
Elizabeth Becerra posted a video on YouTube of her “getting even” with the young woman who made a copy of her credit card on New Year’s Day and used it to purchase groceries.
As Becerra makes her way up to the drive-thru window, the unsuspecting employee politely hands Becerra her coffee and bids her a good day just as Becerra cuts straight to the chase and says, “So we got you on camera yesterday at Ralph's for $212, so just know that the cops are coming up here.”
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“They recorded your a** and everything. You took a copy of my f***ing card the other day on New Year's Day. You know what you did.”
Shocked and embarrassed, the cashier immediately starts apologizing and admits to her crime. Her reaction to being caught is actually quite funny.
Becerra continued to force the cashier to say exactly what she had done while her brother— in the passenger seat — recorded the whole exchange.
The cashier begged Becerra not to press charges, claiming to be a “good child” who goes to college and plays soccer, but Becerra offered no sympathy.
After the whole ordeal, Becerra posted the video on YouTube and Facebook to serve as a warning to others to pay close attention to their credit cards and who they trust to swipe them.
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