Some supermarkets still can't figure out how to solve the problem of counterfeit free-product coupons. ["Retailers Should Accept Cents-Off Internet Coupons," SN editorial, Nov. 3, 2003, Page 8]. As a result, they continue to refuse perfectly legitimate cents-off coupons downloaded from manufacturer Internet sites. I have a solution. Supermarkets should post signs like this: "If you have a manufacturer's free-product coupon to redeem, you must write your name and driver's license number on ...
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