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GreenGiant wrote

You will fail at this. There are way more nuances to return fraud.

You are correct that TRE is a major factor. However, your ID will need to be scannable when they scan it. If the license QR does not pull up the data to match your name, DOB, and address you will immediately fail at your return.

Returning lifted items is best done in bulk. Save up a ton of items and return them at one time for a large amount of credit. TRE is based around the frequency of the returns. You are usually limited to 3 transactions within 18 months. The way to get around this is to have a passport and visit the DMV and get an ID card. This then allows you 9 returns. Even better if you can team up with someone; each added person is 9 more transactions.

FYI this also immediately fails at Home Depot. They stopped accepting no receipt returns 80ish days ago.

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Commonlifter69 OP wrote

First off, thank you for your input. On the issue of the QR code’s, I did some research, and it doesn’t seem like the code linked to a government database, which is a relief. It stores information in the form of text, which a scanner can read. I’m willing to spend up to 200$ for each license, since I should easily be able to make over $1k+ off of each license with if I use it at 3 stores that use TRE as well as at stores which don’t. If I get an expensive fake that is made for fooling bartenders and the like, the manufacturer should be able to print a QR code which matches the information that is used on the front right?

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