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Scam Victim’s Story: Safeway Employee Rescues Senior From Gift Card Scam [VIDEO]
Training is helping clerks protect customers
The 79-year-old says she showed up at the Woodland Park Safeway because she had no choice.
“If I didn’t cooperate then it was going to be in the newspaper this morning and everybody would know and they were going to strip me of my social security card and close all the different accounts of stuff that were in my name and I’m like you got a be kidding,” said Jean. “He said then you’re going to go to jail and I’m like what? He said yeah, we got a warrant out for you. That’s what got me. That scared the hell out of me.”
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Every year Americans lose millions of dollars paying off scam callers with gift cards, but News5 Investigates learned right here in Southern Colorado many victims are being rescued because of a change in how stores are training their employees.
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