Last week, I ordered my usual lunch at a popular restaurant chain ? a salad and drink. The total charge, $9.27, was the same price as it has always been. I handed the cashier a $10 bill and received 73 cents in change, without a receipt. The cashier hadn?t bothered to ring up the sale, however. A small pile of change was sitting behind the register. These are telltale signs of a retail cash skimming theft. It also marked the third time that I had witnessed the same scheme at that restaurant.
Employee Theft of Cash - Limiting the Exposure
The Legal Intelligencer
October 24, 2012
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