Waitress Fired on First Day after Caught Skimming Customers Credit Cards Not exactly a great way to start a new job. A server's first day at an Oklahoma City restaurant didn't last long after she was arrested for allegedly using a credit card skimmer on customers' cards. Police were called to a Twin Peaks restaurant because someone reported that an employee was possibly stealing while on the job. The manager told police one of her employees had a card skimmer in her pocket. Police arrested 34-year old Rachael Elizabeth Tyler. She was caught on camera skimming at least four to five credit cards during her shift. Have you ever had your credit card skimmed before? Do you trust going to restaurants and handing your credit card over to servers? What's the shortest time you've lasted at a job?
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