Credit Note Fraud
There are many types of Credit Note fraud, Coupon fraud and
Voucher fraud. An example of Credit Note fraud would be
where someone steals an item from a shop and then returns the
item asking for a refund (but obviously without a receipt). In
many cases the shop would issue a credit note. The fraudster
would often then sell the credit note via eBay, Facebook, or via
In other cases a shop assistant may
issue a credit note and then "zero the till". Again this is
credit note fraud and the thief would again often sell the the
credit notes via eBay, Amazon, Facebook etc.
In the case of Coupon fraud and voucher
fraud, these are often obtained via similar means to the above.
However - coupons and vouchers are also counterfeited (fake
coupons and fake vouchers are available in the UK).
Credit Note Fraud Protection
Coupon Fraud Protection
Voucher Fraud Protection
UK Anti Piracy offers a means for
fighting back. We receive reports of Credit Note Fraud, Coupon
Fraud and Voucher Fraud from the public and we pass these on to
the correct departments.
We monitor for internet fraud, we
for fraud over numerous online platforms and we act against
fraudsters in the interest of the public and partners.
We also search for coupon fraud and
voucher fraud. We watch
for fraudulent activity over numerous online platforms and we
act against fraudsters in the interest of the public and
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