Ex-Wendy’s employee accused of taking customers’ credit cards in Seminole County

Deputies in Seminole County said a former Wendy's drive-thru worker was taking orders and taking customers' credit cards.

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Deputies in Seminole County said a former Wendy's drive-thru worker was not only taking customers' credit cards but their credit card information, as well.

Deputies said Alexis Taylor had nearly a half-dozen victims, but they are not discounting that more people may have been taken as part of her scheme.

Investigators said Taylor took the customer’s credit cards as she worked the drive-thru window late at night at the restaurant off State Road 434, near Longwood.

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On several occasions in December, Taylor was keeping customers’ credit cards and then making unauthorized charges afterward, court documents show.

According to an arrest report, Taylor stole more than $2,000 from customers while working the late shift at Wendy's.

Taylor is facing 19 charges for her alleged spending spree.

Deputies said she is cooperating with investigators, but if you suspect your card was used after visiting that Wendy’s you are asked to contact the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.