Sunday, 27 September 2020

Woman Cloned Customer Cards in Alajuela

Approximately ¢1.7 million colones was the take by a 21-year-old woman working in a franchise restaurant in Alajuela, who allegedly cloned customer’s bank cards.

The investigation by judicial agents began a month ago when complaints were received by customers.

The Hooters restaurant chain, for which the woman identified by her last name Monge worked, called her attitude unacceptable.

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In the statement, Hooters said all card transactions will now be in view of the customer and under a strict security protocol.

Authorities report that an 18-year-old man was also arrested, who appears to have participated in at least one transaction.

During the police action, US$985 dollars, cell phones and ‘important documents’ to the investigation were seized.

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