wakeupalarm wrote: »
There are several people who post of buying 30-40 packs, does that mean we've broken the law??
DelBoyPhil wrote: »
Yes, My local asda would allow you to USE ANY COUPON on ANY PRODUCT! that is CLEARLY Malredeption and I know this because may SV would allow it and upto a MAX of 30% then after a year to 10%.
Wondering if I should goto my local police station and report it. Guess what... Nothing would happen because the police pick on people and not companies, and if a company was to pusure tesco or asda they would not stock there products so it was "allowed"...
myalphabetgirls wrote: »
The article also says she used different names - well haven't we all done that too. ...
copperheadjack wrote: »
I dont get what she did....
I_luv_cats wrote: »
Please don't include me in your " well haven't we all done that too " assumptions because I would never dream of redeeming a coupon in a fictitious name - never ever !!!I believe I shouldn't abuse the coupon system or want my collar felt either!!!
MSE is getting bad with some posters advocating abusing (stealing) coupons, dtd and other abuses.
..."While checking the terms and conditions is acceptable and pushing within the acceptable boundaries is fine, lying or misleading firms is fraud and we strongly caution against it."
Premier wrote: »
She committed fraud!
Li0nhead wrote: »
You always get one who will spoil it for everyone.
Search wrote: »
I remember someone telling me years ago people can call themselves any name they like and it isn't against the law?! Sounds a bit strange now I come to think of it, so I probably misunderstood. It must be the deception bit maybe where she went wrong, deliberately deceiving or something.
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