A former employee of Disneyland Paris was arrested last week for credit card fraud. The employee reportedly had access to the personal credit card information of VIPs visiting the popular park. French police alleged that Jean-Pierre Sallet used a hundred American Express card numbers as well as dozens of VISA and Diners Club numbers in the scam. He allegedly used the stolen credit card information to purchase more than $100,000 in goods and services, according to CardFlash International ([www.cardflashinternational.com]). American Express, which lost $50,000, first discovered the problem two years ago after several French celebrity cardholders began noticing unauthorized charges on their accounts. Police say that Sallet avoided detection for more than two years by making small transactions in a very erratic pattern.