In the wake of the coupon fraud incidents stemming from the Internet that struck the Atlanta market and elsewhere last month, retailers are taking a variety of stances on whether to accept any or all coupons sourced from the Internet. Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y., which banned Internet coupons at its stores last month after an "influx of fraudulent coupons," is sticking with this policy "until we can figure out which Internet coupons are fraudulent vs. which are ...

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