A TACO Bell employee has been arrested after he allegedly scammed customers via fraudulent credit card transactions.
Trevell Mosby worked at the location on Navarre Avenue in Oregon, Ohio, a suburb east of Toledo.
“My card will never come out of my hand again,” Crystal Orwig, a victim of the alleged scam, told WTVG.
“You can hand me the machine.”
She said Mosby claimed her card wasn’t working and that he needed to swipe it.
“He’s in there for a few minutes and kind of looks over at me because we’re like ‘Where’s my card?,'” Orwig said.
“And he’s like ‘Oh. I’m sorry I’m having trouble with your card, I’m going to have to swipe it.'”
This was a red flag for the customer, as she had just used the card somewhere a few minutes prior.
Orwig didn’t think much of the incident until she and her husband Kristin noticed more than $700 missing from their bank account.
They’re still in the process of recovering the money.
The Oregon Police Department said there’s not much customers can do to prevent a situation like this aside from paying in cash and regularly checking their bank statements.
Mosby was arrested earlier this month and is now facing charges of fraud and identity theft.
“The investigation into this case is ongoing, as numerous additional victims are still being identified,” Ryan Spangler, Oregon’s assistant chief of police, told Fox Business.
“Detectives will be meeting with the Lucas County Common Pleas Court Prosecutor’s office in the few days to discuss felony criminal charges in this case.”
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