Courier accused of credit card con

| 25/09/2015 | 19 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS) A courier has been charged with deception offences after he allegedly used his position to get credit card details from customers and then charged the cards for his own purchases, police said. Alejandro Matienzo Leon, (28) who resides in West Bay, was charged with obtaining property by deception today and was scheduled to appear in Summary Court Friday afternoon, 25 September. 

A spokesperson for the RCIPS said that a police investigation in to the allegations revealed that the man had managed to obtain customers card details and used that information because of his job. The courier reportedly used the informaiton to buy a Cayman Airways ticket. He has since been suspended by his employer, who has not been disclosed.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Don’t worry, just have your husband, uncle, friend, pastor or wife pay the money back and you are off the hook……………

  2. Anonymous says:

    For your information 2:53pm there are some but not all stores in Cayman that do have Chip and Pin Terminals and clients that do have Chip and Pin Cards. Gather you facts straight before posting foolish comments.

  3. Anonymous says:

    If Cayman had chip and PIN like the rest of the developed world, that couldn’t have happened.

    • John says:

      An unnamed bank have partially implemented these named devices

      • Anonymous says:

        Doesn’t help if the stores that implement it don’t update their systems and still require you to hand over your card so they can manually enter the number into their outdated 1980’s computer systems.

        Looking at you unnamed small family hardware store.

        • SwampCrab says:

          The banks are responsible for updating their Card stations at all client locations. Also, it does not matter what type of sales system the businesses use, as charges that are swiped through the card machines go straight to the connected account. Input into the business sales systems are only for business records, has nothing to do with the card machines. It is better to be quiet and thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. Idiot.

    • Anonymous says:

      That comment is a statement of fact. How can anyone give it a thumbs down? Please tell me.

    • Anonymous says:

      What do you mean “the rest of the developed world”? When did Cayman get an upgrade?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Anonymous courier, anonymous victims, anonymous employer. All we know is he is from West Bay. Hmmm!

    • Anonymous says:

      The article said he lives in West Bay – believe me half of the people living in West Bay are “from” some place else.

    • Anonymous says:

      I assume the criminals come from West Bay unless stated otherwise.

      • Anonymous says:

        Came from West Bay, do not make anyone a Westbayer. West Bay District includes the Governors House all the way across to the North Sound including the gulf course continuing North from sea to sea. If someone fall off a bicycle by Kentucky Fried Chicken in George Town, the name West Bay is mentioned as West Bay road. Consider this, if something happens in George Town rarely is the name mentioned, normally it is so and so happened on Dump Road!!, just saying.

    • Anonymous says:

      the article mentioned his name. Alejandro Matienzo.

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