A California woman’s YouTube video that shows her confrontation with a Starbucks employee admitting to making a copy of her credit card and racking up over $200 worth of purchases is going viral.
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In the video, Elizabeth Becerra is shown waiting in line at a Starbucks drive-thru when Becerra accuses the employee of making a copy of her credit card information on New Year’s Day.
As her car approaches the drive-thru window and with her brother capturing the confrontation on video, Becerra is greeted by the employee, but as she is handed her order, Becerra says:
“So we got you on camera yesterday at Ralph’s for $212, so just know that the cops are coming up here. They recorded your ass and everything. You took a copy of my f*cking card the other day on New Year’s Day. You know what you did.”
The worker appears shocked and immediately apologizes. But Becerra wasn’t having any of it, and insisted she admit that what she did was wrong.
The worker went on to say that she was sorry for taking the money and told Becerra that she’s really a good person that she goes to school and plays soccer.
As the confrontation continues, the worker tells Becerra that she took the numbers off her credit card and pleaded with her not to press charges. She then offered to give her the money back.
The video ends with Becerra saying, “You come to Starbucks to get coffee, not to get robbed.”