This system uses the retailer to keep personal items “up-to-date” at the retailer’s cost. Shoplisting: Also known as “shoplifting using found receipts,” fraudsters shoplist by using a discarded or stolen valid receipt as a shopping list to find items in a retail store and return them for a refund. Employee theft: Associates can usually find a valid receipt in the POS system to return items. Reselling: Another simple process for fraudsters: purchase, sell elsewhere, return unsold.
In this case, the retailer is being used for free inventory. Tender liquidation: Consumers may buy on one form of tender (maybe even a stolen credit card) and exchange once or several times to switch to merchandise credit, which becomes saleable in an online marketplace.
The holiday season is often considered the most wonderful time of year, but as retail sales soar, so do returns. Savvy fraudsters know how to prey on holiday cheer costing retailers thousands of dollars in fraudulent returns and exchanges.
The printed receipt is often the primary credential that confirms a return transaction’s integrity, but it doesn’t eliminate fraud.
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