Juana Espinoza was able to do what you may have only dreamed of doing!
The California resident confronted a Starbucks barista that she believed had defrauded her credit card, and used it to go on a $200 shopping trip at a grocery store.
Juana actually went to the grocery store in question and reviewed their camera footage, where she recognized the woman using her card info as a barista who regularly serves her coffee!
Her brother, Brian, was able to capture the magical encounter on video, which you can find below!
“We’re going to get even, that’s what we’re going to do,” Martinez said to the camera before pulling up at the pick-up window.
Juana asked the barista “you know what you did, right?”
The barista eventually admitted to her crime, and apologized. But she’s begged Juana not to press charges, arguing that she’s 19, a “good child” and goes to school, and heck, she even plays soccer! She said she only wrote down Juana’s card number, and never made a copy of the card.
The barista did try to return $250 to Juana, who turned it down.
No word on whether Juana has decided to press charges.
Were you able to determine where your credit card was compromised? Did the bank give you any information to go on? How did you handle your situation?
My sister went to Starbucks one day and noticed the cashier taking longer than normal with her card. A few days later a couple hundred dollar transaction was taken out of her account. She didn't want to accuse anyone, Until she knew for sure. She went to the store where they used the card info and had her on camera. She noticed the cashier right away since she goes there regularly. She had to make a stop there and embarrass her life before reporting it to the police. I almost feel bad for the girl but she robbed the wrong person. Keep an eye out folks, even if it's at your friendly neighborhood Starbucks.Posted by Brian Espinoza on Sunday, January 3, 2016