wakeupalarm wrote: »
Yes, but the honey shreddies voucher was a pdf document with everyone using the exact same voucher. When it was posted on MSE it was stated that you could print off the coupon multiple times.
The article refers to printing the same voucher. If different companies have different policies on re-printing and using vouchers how are we supposed to know if its allowed on not?
Annie Swift, chief executive of the Institute of Promotional Marketing which represents companies that issue money off coupons, said that the criminal prosecution set a precedent.
Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-2041963/Money-vouchers-crackdown-Shoppers-face-convictions-abusing-Tesco-Clubcard-Sainsbury-deals.html#ixzz1Z4tb7sdS
rickbonar wrote: »
Section 16 of the 1968 Theft Act: "Obtaining a Pecuniary Advantage by Deception. - A person who by any deception dishonestly obtains for himself or another any pecuniary* advantage shall on conviction on indictment, be liable to a imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years"
So this woman has been arrested and cautioned...?
Anyone care to tell us then why the likes of Ed Balls and numerous other members of parliament haven't had the same?
Perhaps she was trying to wash her moat....... and I don't mean Roul either.
Credit-Crunched wrote: »
"Joining up to sites with fake names and emails for the vouchers may considered by some to be morally wrong but I don't see how this could be flagged up as fraudulent at store level as each voucher/coupon is individual and unique"
errr you serious? Morally wrong?
Fraud defintion = Obtaining goods or services by deception
I think that changing your name, e-mail address is deception dont you.
This site has its benefits and the coupons money off are brilliant, hwoever the hard core minority (who seem to have more time than most on their hands) ruin it for all, look at Tesco DTD the whole campaign ended due to the sad folk creating spreadsheets to abuse the system!
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