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Disney World hotel manager accused of stealing a guests credit card

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  • Disney World hotel manager accused of stealing a guests credit card

    Local 6 News in Orlando is reporting that Patrick Noze, a manager at Disney World's Wilderness Lodge has been charged with stealing a credit card from a guests wallet, then charging $1,200 in auto repairs on it.

    Noze is currently on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

    http://www.local6.com/news/16646307/detail.html
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    Re: Disney World hotel manager accused of stealing a guests credit card

    That is really scary. Sounds like there is more to the story to.
    Kelly

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      Re: Disney World hotel manager accused of stealing a guests credit card

      That is really trippy!!
      And the fact that the auto repair shop was so 'trusting' to let him use the stolen card.
      I've known people that worked at retail locations that were fired for running a credit card and didn't ask for id to see if it corresponded!!
      Originally posted by PEZZ Lightyear
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