From returning stolen merchandise to the use of counterfeit receipts to bringing back items already worn or used that are not defective, return fraud is expected to cost retailers $8.9 billion this year and $2.9 billion during the holiday season alone.
The, "battle of Thanksgiving" this year may be more than just prime football games. Some retailers are starting Black Friday on Thanksgiving evening, but it isn't sitting well with some of their workers and others.
Consumers are getting a jump start on the holiday shopping season, but with the economy still weighing heavily on their minds, they're keeping a conservative approach when it comes to their gift-giving budgets.
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