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Target.com?

Submitted by Megalomaniac in Shoplifting (edited )

Has anyone tried the "Amazon never received scam" with Target.com? Thinking of taking advantage of their buy two get one free on (most) new PS4 games and giving it a try.

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Empyreus wrote

Could work but walmart or ebay is an easy choice along amazon

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McNuggets wrote

Just did Walmart on a $140 item, told me to file a police report instead. Just a heads up, maybe each rep is different.

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RaddlemeDude wrote

Dude eBay is such a hassle. They sent me email about some fbi shit trying to scare me bc I said something didn’t delivery. Screw that.

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Empyreus wrote

I had buyers return an empty box to me and they still got refunded I couldn't do anything

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falcons wrote

As a former AP for Target this will work but usually only once or twice before you get blacklisted. Any order over $500 will require a signature of receipt.

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Megalomaniac wrote

For me, wasn't planning on returning anything, but thank you for the insight should anyone want to go that route.

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ifthreewerenine wrote (edited )

I don't understand why this got downvoted. This is useful info, and thanks for sharing.

edit: is 500 for sure the cut off? So you'd be good with like, $450?

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RaddlemeDude wrote

Also who blacklists? Target or the shipping carrier?

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falcons wrote

Target does. And they don't blacklist you as they wont ever ship to you ever again, they will just require a signature each time.

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RaddlemeDude wrote

What about an order of $200 toward hygienic essentials? Do they refund or offer replacement?

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Megalomaniac wrote

For some reason it appears they're shipping all three games in three individual packages and arriving on three separate days. So only going to try this with one of them. Will update in a few days.

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RaddlemeDude wrote

No man just say you were on vacation and away for a week. Update your Facebook status bc they can troll you, if you’re into FB. Call them after all three are delivered. I’m the king of social engineering.