A printable coupon site is causing controversy, by charging users to have the coupons mailed to them.
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From battling coupon criminals, to fraudsters fighting back… from policy changes, to coupons’ plummeting popularity – these were the top Coupons in the News stories of 2016.
Coupon counterfeiters begin producing fakes that look increasingly like the real thing.
The maker of Hydroxycut invalidates all of its coupons, after fraudsters take advantage of them to score massive amounts of overage.
A dairy company cancels a coupon offer for a free gallon of milk, after counterfeit versions flood the market.
Coupon industry groups condemn and call for a retraction from All You magazine, after it controversially suggested that readers buy coupons on eBay.
Purina cancels a coupon for free cat food, after counterfeiters reproduce and sell copies of the coupon online.
Finally, a definitive answer to why Facebook is shutting down coupon groups – turns out investigators working for the coupon industry are behind it.
Four Florida residents are charged with using counterfeit coupons to get free products from Walmart, then reselling them at flea markets.
The Coupon Information Corporation warns of counterfeit printable coupons that bear its own stamp of approval.