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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Coupon Fraud is Serious Business

Have you ever wondered if you could just print a coupon from the Internet and then copy it? I get that question from readers every once in a while, and the answer is always a resounding NO. Copying a printed coupon (or one from a newspaper insert) is considered coupon fraud, and coupon fraud is serious business!

Head over to The Coupon Project to read her post about a man who was arrested for felony theft by deception, forgery, access device fraud, and related charges just yesterday. His crime.... making illegal copies of coupons and using them at local grocery stores.

If you need any convincing to know that copying coupons is illegal, this story should do it for you!

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