Talk:Return fraud

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Merge[edit]

This article's content is already well-described in just a few lines in Returning. Though this is a longer article, much of the information here is redundant to that article, and that one covers more information and has much better inline citations. Therefore, I am suggesting a merge. Hellno2 (talk) 13:05, 21 June 2009 (UTC)

Legality[edit]

I think this article could use a section on the legality of return fraud (maybe only in the USA?), as all types of return fraud are not illegal everywhere in the USA, and this article somewhat implies that it is. For example, many states do not have laws against "renting" or "wardrobing." Obviously, this should be done in a way that sticks with Wikipedia guidelines for showing information about a singular country, but there really isn't a good comprehensive resource on the 'net for this sort of thing yet. --Josmul123 (talk) 23:03, 17 February 2010 (UTC)