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Disney employee steals credit card info

Leah Zanolla | Posted: Jun 4, 2010 | Updated: Oct 19, 2014 - 9:25:27 AM
A Walt Disney World employee has been accused of using credit card skimming devices to steal information from hotel guests. Authorities say that Ana Rosa, a front desk clerk since 1997, had been paid by a man to place the skimmers on computers at Saratoga Springs Resort and Old Key West Resort. Some of Rosa's duties involved checking in guests and accepting payments.

According to WESH News, Rosa is accused of skimming 173 credit card numbers and is responsible for more than $83,000 in losses.
She says that she didn't use any of the credit card numbers taken from the three skimming devices. She would give the devices to a man who paid her for the information. She claims that he still owes her money. Rosa will be sentenced June 30 and will serve at least two years in prison, due to a plea deal she has made with authorities.

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