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Chesterfield restaurant worker faces 17 counts of credit card theft

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Chesterfield restaurant worker faces 17 counts of credit card theft

Chesterfield Police say a woman who worked at a restaurant stole credit card information from several customers. Jaquade Carty faces 17 counts of credit card theft. Investigators say she allegedly took numbers from cards while working at a restaurant, and those numbers were used again at different places. Chesterfield Police say it happened while Carty was working at Kick Back …

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Two arrested after trying to use fake credit card at Irvine restaurant

creditA man and woman’s attempt to purchase hundreds of dollars worth of food from an Irvine restaurant with a fake credit card was foiled by employees over the weekend, police said. Tristan Le, 45, of Anaheim, and Eva Tran, 26, of Stanton, walked into a restaurant in the Diamond Jamboree shopping center around 11 p.m. […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Attorney: Dothan ID theft suspect is U.S. citizen, manager of restaurant

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Attorney Jim Parkman said his client, a suspect in multiple identity theft cases, is a U.S. citizen who works as a restaurant manager in Orlando, Florida. Parkman asked the court to set bail for his 43-year-old client, Ivan Ricardo Acosta, who faces 40 felony identity theft charges. Parkman asked the court to set bail at $1,000 per charge for Acosta. District Court Judge Benjamin Lewis, who heard arguments from lawyers at the bail hearing, said he would issue a ruling at a later time. Dothan police arrested Acosta on Sept. 18, and charged him with 40 felony identity theft crimes. Police later filed one additional charge against him. Assistant Houston County District Attorney Seth Brooks told the court police are expected to file more charges against Acosta either Thursday or Friday. Parkman said his client has been in the country around 12 years and is employed as the manager of a restaurant in Orlando. Parkman reminded the court the charges against client are not violent offenses. “He is a United States citizen. He took his test and he is a United States citizen,” Parkman said. “He’s certainly not a flight risk, or a danger to the community.” Parkman said his […]

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Man says credit card info stolen at Buckhead restaurant – National Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – A local man wants to find the people who stole his credit card information. He believes his card, along with others, was compromised at a restaurant. It’s a story that’s more and more common, accor…

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Man says credit card info stolen at Buckhead restaurant

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads    A local man wants to find the people who stole his credit card information. He believes his card, along with others, was compromised at a restaurant. It’s a story that’s more and more common, according to one security expert. The man says he had his card on him, but an alert from his credit card company said it was being used 60 miles away. “My card never left my possession. They just somehow accessed my card number and then encoded that onto a credit card,” said Garn McCown. McCown got an alert saying someone had used his credit card 5-6 times in Jasper, Georgia, Sunday night, so he got in his car and drove to the locations. “I finally got a picture of the security tape and found the people that did it,” he said. He says police helped him get surveillance from a Dollar General store. The picture shows a man and woman swiping a card with his information. He believes his card was compromised the last time he used it at a Buckhead restaurant. “They think that they had that happen to a number of other people, but they’re not sure yet. […]

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