Stores say digital receipts help curb fraud

11/16/2011 | CreditCards.com

More stores are moving from paper to digital receipts, a practice some shoppers find convenient and others say gives stores access to too much of their personal data. Merchants say digital sale records make returns easier and cut down on fraudulent returns, which are expected to cost merchants $14.37 billion this year, according to NRF.

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