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The Kay jewelers in Kings Plaza, BROOKLYN NY allowed a young woman enroll on their credit card with my name and social security number only! She got approved but thank god for comenity bank called me to alarm me someone got approved to buy $4300 worth of jewelry and wanted to confirm it was me.

NOPE IT WASNT. AT LEAST SOMEONE DID THEIR JOB. I called the store myself and the assistant manager told me herself and described the person who tried to commit fraud! After calling the headquarters, flagging my credit and filing a police report, I hope they catch this thief!

HEY KAY JEWELERS MAYBE YOU SHOULD DO A BETTER JOB AT SCANNING YOUR EMPLOYEES SO THAT THEY DONT LET JUST ANYONE APPLY FOR A CREDIT CARD WITH JUST A SOCIAL. I BELIEVE SOMEONE WHO WORKS AT KINGS PLAZA AT THAT STORE WAS IN ON IT.

Product or Service Mentioned: Kay Jewelers Manager.

Reason of review: Problems with payment.

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Anonymous
#1631193

I cant think of a credit application system that doesnt require you to enter id information

Anonymous
#1628112

Kay Jewelers used to call our office looking for a former employee who must have skipped out on her payments or something. A pleasant voice (not introducing themselves) would call and ask for her ; I of course informed them that she was no longer with the company and asked if someone else could help ; and if this as a personal call that we do not accept personal daytime calls for employees except in case of emergency.

Then the pleasant voice become ugly, accused me of lying, and demanded again to speak with the goner whom she insisted worked for us. It was then that I forced them to admit who was calling (it was Kay Jewelers, after denying that it was a personal call).

This exact scenario repeated several times. Unethical, untruthful, despicable behavior.

Anonymous
#1628028

Hey pal, just an fyi as someone whomworks in retail and offers credit services, the amount of high quality fake ids i see and from new york is crazy. If someone got your name and social thats the hard part the fake id is fairly easy Find out where the name and social were comprised dont blame the poor workers just doing thier job

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1628113

Part of their job is to know when something is right or not. It is incumbent upon the company to provide training ; anything remotely suspicious should be handed directly to the highest authority at the business for verification. It's too big an issue for the ordinary counter clerk to just walk into.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1631198

Hoestly no it isnt. If you feel something is off you are to process the application then enter a code or something to force it to call the credit company so that they can fet on the ph9ne ask some more verification questions.

But if the credit company accepts it then you MUST sell to the customer or its considered discrimination. If its fraud then they are on the hook

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1628634

THEY DIDNT ASK FOR ID SO YEAH PAL I WILL BLAME THEM.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1629349

Please stop screaming with the all capital letter format. You've antagonized at least one reader who would otherwise agree with you. I'm sick of being screamed at.

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