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Unbelievable! I wonder if RCI has any liability in the buglaries? Never in my wildest dreams would I think of something like this happening.Other than an overwhelming sense of embarassment, I doubt it.
Unbelievable! I wonder if RCI has any liability in the buglaries? Never in my wildest dreams would I think of something like this happening.Unless they knew she was taking that information and didn't stop her, no. I'm guessing the employee handbook clearly states that employees are not to take customer data for their own use. Common sense would dictate that you wouldn't have to actually put that in writing, but clearly common sense doesn't always prevail.
Other than an overwhelming sense of embarassment, I doubt it.I had an Aunt who had her identity stolen by a cruise line employee back in the mid 90's down in Miami. She worked in the office of the cruise line and had access to all of her information. Back then you gave you SS# when filling out cruise information. She was eventually caught. Made a mess of things for my Aunt for years.
BTW, "information theft" by employees is not at all uncommon. We hear at least one story like this a month up here in Orlando.
There are people who read the obituaries daily for this purpose too. Sad.And wedding announcements. My sister's house was burglarized during her wedding in 1972.