Serial Returners and Refund Fraudsters: How Brands are Fighting Back With Data Insight
OCTOBER 18, 2023
Online return fraud cost U.S. retailers $22.8 billion in 2022. For every $100 in returned merchandise accepted, U.S. retailers lose $10.40 to return fraud, the NRF has calculated. While it is possible for shoppers to commit return fraud innocently simply by mis-reading the returns policy, a significant number of returns are the result of premeditation and malicious intent.