What's next for Internet coupons? The well-publicized instances of counterfeiting a few months ago prompted some retailers to announce that they would no longer accept coupons that shoppers print from their home computers. However, there still isn't an industry consensus on the issue. Most chains now accept these coupons, but some still don't. Too, there isn't an industry-accepted plan about what to do, although various vendors are now proposing solutions. This issue presents a lingering ...
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