Coffee shop’s employee arrested over credit card fraud in Jakarta

The National police’s special crimes unit has arrested a credit card fraud suspect, identified as DDB, 26, an employee with the US-based Starbucks coffee shop in Jakarta.

The unit chief Sr. Comr. Winston Tommy Watuliu said the suspect, a university graduate, collected data of the credit cards from the coffee shop customers’ receipts, as quoted by tempointeraktif.com.

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DDB is facing multi-charges for allegedly violating the criminal law and the 2008 Information and Electronic Transactions Law, which carries a minimum of five years in prison as punishment.

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