Be wary if a customer:Return to Fraud Best Practices
• Buys large quantities of expensive merchandise, shows up just before closing time, or tries to rush you through the transaction.
• Comes in frequently to make small purchases with cash, and then return to make additional purchases of expensive items with a credit card.
• Uses rudeness and rushing to distract you. Criminals take advantage of crowds and busy shopping days when you may be less attentive.
• Never process transactions for a customer who does not present a Card, but rather cites the account numbers from memory, a slip of paper, an old charge slip, photo or fax copy.