The mom-of-three then called the burger restaurant to ask the name of the worker who was at the drive-thru the previous night, saying she wanted to write a costumer survey.Peandra Winn, 28, who goes by Charnelle on Facebook, is the worker who allegedly stole the debit card information.
Parks even said the check for her children's daycare had bounced back.
December Quarter BHIM transaction rises 86 per cent to 145.6 million with value of Rs 13,174 crore,” Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar said in a tweet.“Further impetus to digital payments, government to reimburse charges for transaction up to Rs 2,000 on debit cards/BHIM. The move will have an impact of Rs 2,512 crore on the exchequer.
The decision was taken at the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Video of the confrontation was posted to Facebook and has almost half a million views.
Parks, 27, went through the Steak n' Shake drive-thru where she bought dinner for her family.