When confronted with the alleged crime by the customer, the young Starbucks employee actually tries to justify her actions by demanding, I’m a good child.” In Hillary and Bernie Sanders world of “no accountability, and no responsibility for your actions, she would be correct. The actions of this young Starbucks employee would be justified, because she wouldn’t have stolen from the customer if she were paid more like a CEO…

A California woman posted a video on YouTube of her confronting a Starbucks employee for making a copy of her credit card and spending $200 at a local grocery store.

Elizabeth Becerra from Victoriaville, California, and her brother were waiting in the drive-thru at Starbucks when she accused the cashier of taking her credit card details on New Year’s Day.

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.

Stealing credit card numbers from consumers is big business. Paul, Fishman, US Attorney in New Jersey addresses arrests of  hackers responsible for stealing 160 million stolen credit card numbers:

“We cannot be too vigilant and we cannot be too careful.” 

Via: UK Daily Mail

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