Modesto, CA woman admits to mail fraud in $9.9 million fake coupon scheme

  • Global Moderator

    After the sales were complete, Lor printed coupons using a Catalina machine with special Catalina paper and ink, all of which she obtained without authorization, according to court documents. She then mailed more than 13,000 parcels of coupons to customers all over the United States, who would intend to use them on discounts for items such as diapers, laundry detergent and toiletries.

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    She faces a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, or twice the gain or loss from the offense.

    So if she lost money doing this, they will give her double that?

  • 500 Club

    They probably can’t prove that the buyers knew that the coupons were fake. Owning a cat machine & paper is like printing money. I’ve never heard of Telegram. I reported a coupon counterfeiter to eBay and to the product manufacturer. One can buy ip’s on IG but I don’t. They might be legit but there’s no way to know.


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