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Software Creates Fake Amazon Receipts
You're a small retailer doing business on Amazon.com, and a customer submits a receipt for a refund. The receipt looks genuine, and the customer says the purchased item didn't arrive. But it's a scam.
An Amazon "receipt generator" is being distributed online, and it allows a user to enter information -- like order placed, order number, item name, your name and address, and so on -- and create a fake receipt that looks virtually identical to the one Amazon provides for you to print. The fake receipt can be printed, or captured in a screen shot for e-mailing.