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This is a criminal law (fraud) matter : The news website 'thesun.co.uk' has a special offer where someone can try their service for a month for 1 GBP AND receive a free 10 GBP voucher from amazon/tesco . If someone cancels before the month ends, they can receive a 10 GBP voucher without commiting themselves to further monthly payments ( a rolling contract) If someone (person A) was to set up about 2 dozen accounts with the intention of getting these vouchers (a few hundred pounds worth) could the person be guilty of fraud? I'm not sure what the law on this matter is. I've heard of 'voucher fraud' but voucher fraud concerns the fabrication and duplicaiton of existing vouchers. This simply concerns someone setting up 2 dozen accounts in his own name. No hacking of any kind involved. However, different email addresses were used. (all of which are a reference to Person A's name)
The terms state one per household
Per qualifying customer only.
However, they have spotted this and have cancelled all the vouchers due
so I haven't received them
Ok. They told me that they would report it to managment as potentially fradulent.