[QUOTE=Dopey;1112605]I am too stupid to have a criminal mind. I am too lazy to even think of unlawful stuff. But costs in hotel rooms are also incurred by people who mistreat the furnishings, like jumping on beds, breaking the support. At home kids are not allowed to jump on beds, how come it is alright when staying at a hotel? That’s just an example, there’s so much more. Let’s lump it all together and call it wear and tear.
How about shop lifting at WDW. I have heard that even if someone is observed to do that, the CM’s are suppose to let it go. What???[/QUOTE]
Sadly, we live in a world where people do not commit crimes for the fear of getting caught. :mellow:
I am surprised that no one bothered to check the “available limit” on the debit card stated for incidentals. Either too busy or no one had any idea that someone would scheme to run up a significant bill and then bolt.
What amazes me is that after it happened, nothing was done to prevent it from occurring again. I mean, the old adage of “Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me” is no longer in vogue? Or perhaps WDW handles so much cash flow that even this scheme wasn’t of significant value to pursuit? Even to the point of chasing down the individual to collect the balance owed from the previous credit card? Or does Disney not have a “collections” department? Perhaps I can haz a job? :pirate: