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.
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An internet company claims ownership of, and threatens lawsuits over, a scissors-and-coupon image.
Staples agrees to settle a lawsuit that claimed it was giving coupon users fewer Rewards than they deserved.
A Staples shopper sues the store for short-changing him on rewards when he used coupons.
A former coupon industry executive is convicted of various charges, in a long-running federal fraud case.
A California woman sues over an ad that she thought was a coupon.
An extreme couponer who sued Target, and was sued in return, drops her case against the store.
The owner of Coupons.com discovers the identity of a “coupon fairy” it’s suing to stop her from selling printable coupons online.
An Oklahoma woman whose coupons were refused at Walgreens, sues the store for damages – and to get her coupons back.
If you submitted a claim for $25 in cash or $50 in tuna coupons, you’re about to receive a lot less than you had hoped.