Some Burger King customers may have experienced an unwanted side of identity theft.
A woman claims she witnessed one of the fast food chain's employees take a photo of her debit card while using the drive through a location in Ohio. When the woman complained, a restaurant manager allegedly discovered several photos of customers' debit cards on the worker's phone.
Trisha Ryan used her debit card to pay for lunch at a Burger King in Hamilton, reports Q13 Fox. As she handed the card to the worker at the window through the vehicle, she allegedly caught him and tried to trick a photo of the card.
“I saw him take his phone, set it up, hover it over something on the counter. , took a picture, then he did some more needlework, and then he took another picture and gave me the receipt, "Ryan told WKRC. "So I said, & # 39; Hey, I just saw you take a picture of my card. & # 39; He's like & # 39; No, I didn't, & # 39; and he kept arguing with me."
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When Ryan complained, the restaurant manager confiscated that the employee's phone was confiscated. When they allegedly discovered several images of debit cards on the device, they called 911.
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The phone was transferred to police for investigation, Q13 reports Fox. No charges have been filed at this time, reports the outlet.
Meanwhile, Ryan claims that she canceled her card as a precaution.
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