Wow, not arrested, hah.
Not arrested for stealing identities? That's seriously lacking. Whether or
not she was able to sell the cards is not part of this. She actually purchased
said cards and was going to turn them around to sell, thus making "a
profit". Now if a LE officer's card was on the line, there
would be serious charges...
Well, I'm still going to Kneaders. Turkey Bacon Avocado + Ranch. Not
exactly healthy but Yum!
One would think the obvious question would be answered in the story.
How could she not be arrested?!!! This is outrageous!
SeanJackson- Best sandwich ever! I love Kneaders, except the one here is in the
worst location, too hard to get to with no parking. Oh well, after eating a high
calorie sandwich, a little walk is good.
We had mail carriers arrested with regularity for stealing gift and credit cards
and to the best of my knowledge they were seldom if ever put into jail
"She would then wait for the customer to come into the store, confirm their
credit card by looking at it — turning it around and getting the security
code — and then she would have the information."I've
never understood WHY the "security code" is printed directly on the back
of plastic cards!?!? Isn't that akin to printing your PIN number right on
the card????I don't understand --for a single second-- why that
code is visibly printed on cards. It should just be one of those things that
the cardholder has to memorize... just like a PIN.Can anyone explain