FORT MYERS, Fla. – Police arrested a man accused of racking up thousands of dollars worth of purchases using fake credit cards in Fort Myers.

Terris Devon Washington, 27, recently used a fake credit card at a local jewelry store to buy a $13,000 watch, police said. It was a purchase that would eventually lead to his arrest.

Washington allegedly bought the watch at Cerio’s Jewelry using a Mastercard with the company, "Univision" printed on it.

After the purchase, the store’s owner was notified that the card was a fake. The store owner would use that information to their advantage when Washington returned a week later.

Now aware of the scam, the owner told Washington that if he returned later, he would receive a discount on his purchase. So, Washington left, and the owner called the police.

When Washington returned later that day, the discount was no longer available. However, he did get two free bracelets in the form of handcuffs, as well as a complimentary trip to the Lee County jail, as police were there waiting for him.

When police searched his car, they said they found numerous other cards with different numbers and companies imprinted on them.

He was booked on on Wednesday on charges of grand theft.

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