Family Dollar sues the buyer of 323 stores, after it announces plans to close and sell them.
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A printable coupon seller agrees never to print Coupons.com coupons again.
A convicted coupon fraudster is ordered to pay an additional $21.2 million in penalties.
A federal judge throws out a lawsuit brought by a couponer who was wrongly charged tax when using a coupon.
Chris Balsiger is sentenced for his role in a massive coupon fraud scheme, a decade after his indictment.
A convicted coupon fraudster could be ordered to pay back $185 million to victimized manufacturers.
Another Instagram coupon seller is sued by Coupons.com, for printing and selling coupons by the thousands – and teaching others to as well.
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.
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.