WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation here has added new products to a consumer alert about common household items being sold through some online auction sites, warning that these items could be stolen or tainted, posing health risks to consumers. NRF’s warning comes in advance of a congressional hearing this Thursday about organized retail crime. The new items added to the list of health and beauty products stolen and resold by criminals include: Alli weight loss pills, Bumble and ...

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