Several years ago, concerns about fraud and duplication caused a number of food retailers to reject coupons that originated online. The number of retailers taking that action has largely diminished, though Foodtown stores, such as one in Denville, N.J., stopped accepting Web coupons this year.
In February, the Association of Coupon Professionals (ACP), Drexel Hill, Pa., developed a free poster designed to assist store personnel in distinguishing legitimate from illegitimate Internet ...
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