If there's a model example of a fraud-proof coupon, the Kimberly- Clark Corp. could be using it, according to Bud Miller of the Coupon Information Corp. Kimberly-Clark -- the Dallas-based manufacturer of Huggies, Kotex, Cottonelle and other brands -- is printing certain coupons on special paper that creates a hologram pattern. Inside the hologram, the words "authentic" and "valid" appear. These words don't appear if the coupon is copied. The coupon instructs retailers to not redeem it if ...
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