Retailers like Targer aren't the only victims of credit card fraud.
Guests at Seaworld Aquctica in Florida had their credit card information stolen in an illegal operation that involved the park's employees.
Nicholas Matos, who is not an Aquatica employee, is accused of buying the stolen credit card information.
According to WFTV, Investigators said that waterpark security confronted an Aquatica employee was in possession of a handheld skimmer while stationed at a park kiosk. Initial reports indicate the employee had been promised by a colleague $10 for each card swiped and that employee would deliver the skimmer to Matos.
A patron initially reported the incident after discovering a suspicious purchase at a nearby Wal-Mart. Read More