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Flea Market Fraud: Four Charged In $142,000 Coupon Scam

Flea Market Fraud: Four Charged In $142,000 Coupon Scam

Four Florida residents are charged with using counterfeit coupons to get free products from Walmart, then reselling them at flea markets.

July 18, 2014 Coupons In The News
Counterfeiters Turn the Tables on Coupon Watchdog Group

Counterfeiters Turn the Tables on Coupon Watchdog Group

The Coupon Information Corporation warns of counterfeit printable coupons that bear its own stamp of approval.

June 13, 2014 Coupons In The News
Coupon Blogs May Pay a Price for Irking the Industry

Coupon Blogs May Pay a Price for Irking the Industry

Coupon blogs that do things the coupon industry doesn’t like, are warned to change their ways – or businesses may no longer do business with them.

May 22, 2014 Coupons In The News
Accused Coupon Counterfeiters Hit Hundreds of Walmarts

Accused Coupon Counterfeiters Hit Hundreds of Walmarts

New Jersey police arrest two men, and expect to arrest two others, for using counterfeit baby formula coupons at hundreds of Walmart stores.

March 3, 2014 Coupons In The News
The PDF Coupon Conundrum, And Why It Will Just Keep Happening

The PDF Coupon Conundrum, And Why It Will Just Keep Happening

When is it okay to print a PDF coupon, how many can you use, and why can’t companies and retailers offer a straight answer?

February 19, 2014 Coupons In The News
Another Online Shopping Site Bans Coupon Sales

Another Online Shopping Site Bans Coupon Sales

Those looking to buy and sell coupons online have one less option on where to do it. Shortly after eBay announced new restrictions on the sale of manufacturer’s coupons (read: “eBay Cracks Down on Coupon Sales”), the online shopping site eCRATER decided to ban the practice altogether. The lesser-known shopping site suddenly became popular among eBay coupon sellers last week,[Read More…]

July 25, 2013 Coupons In The News
Dozens of eBay Sellers Targeted, as Counterfeit Coupon Case Goes Cold

Dozens of eBay Sellers Targeted, as Counterfeit Coupon Case Goes Cold

Seller beware: You may not have created the coupons you’re hawking on eBay, but if they turn out to be counterfeit, you could be the one in trouble while the actual counterfeiter gets off scot-free. That seems to be the case so far in the federal lawsuit that snack maker Link Snacks filed earlier this year. The search for the[Read More…]

July 15, 2013 Coupons In The News
Counterfeit Coupon Ringleader Pleads Guilty

Counterfeit Coupon Ringleader Pleads Guilty

Tens of millions of dollars worth of counterfeit coupons are out of circulation, and now, so is the woman charged with running the whole operation. 41-year-old Robin Ramirez, who was set to stand trial for operating a multi-million dollar counterfeit coupon ring in Phoenix, has changed her pleas to guilty, on charges of counterfeiting, fraud and illegal control of an[Read More…]

March 12, 2013 Coupons In The News
Three Cases of Counterfeit Baby Formula Coupons

Three Cases of Counterfeit Baby Formula Coupons

Not every counterfeit coupon case makes national headlines, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of them. For every big counterfeiting conviction and every multi-million dollar operation thwarted, there are untold numbers of lesser cases – and they all add up. Just this past week, three coupon counterfeiting cases came to light, all of them involving baby formula. First, police[Read More…]

February 24, 2013 Coupons In The News
Counterfeiters Spoil Couponing in Alaska

Counterfeiters Spoil Couponing in Alaska

Counterfeit coupons have become so widespread, even the remote reaches of Alaska are not immune. And it only takes a handful of them, to cause some big trouble in a small town. Located about 90 miles from the capital of Juneau, the town of Sitka, Alaska sits on an island that’s only accessible by boat or plane. Sitka has just[Read More…]

September 26, 2012 Coupons In The News
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