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“It Was Too Good To Be True, But It Was Working”

“It Was Too Good To Be True, But It Was Working”

Here’s a followup to the case of the alleged coupon counterfeiters in Phoenix: Did everyone who purchased the extremely-suspicious-in-retrospect “free product” coupons offered by the SavvyShopperSite, really believe they were the real deal? Not necessarily, but it seems some customers didn’t want to spoil a good thing by questioning it. Phoenix TV station KTVK spoke with a South Carolina woman[Read More…]

July 13, 2012 Coupons In The News
Cops Crack Crooked Coupon Caper

Cops Crack Crooked Coupon Caper

Could we interest you in a coupon for $10.82 off Maxwell House coffee? $24 off a box of Huggies diapers? $60.99 off a bag of Royal Canin dog food? Well, sorry. Police in Phoenix, Arizona say those offers are no longer available. And neither are the people who were offering them. Investigators said today they’ve broken up a multi-million dollar[Read More…]

July 10, 2012 Coupons In The News
A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

Even supermarket cashiers can be amazed at the kind of coupon savings some of their customers achieve. Some even ask for couponing advice from their super-saving customers. Pick ‘n Save cashier Chandler C. Fry of suburban Milwaukee reportedly took it a step further. The Journal Times of Racine, Wisconsin reports that Fry has been arrested for allegedly buying items at[Read More…]

July 8, 2012 Coupons In The News
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