Georgia men arrested for returning ‘games’
June 26, 2009
Once the retailer eventually got wise to the scam (guess it had enough of customers complaining their "unopened" games contained blank discs), police arrested the trio, who were found with 400 shipping receipts on them. Evidently, they had sold the swiped software via eBay to tune of at least $10,000, according to Wal-mart’s estimated losses.
We’re not exactly sure what to make of this final detail: The report states that all of the stolen games were for Xbox 360.
This post has been written by Randy Nelson on Jun 26th 2009 at 5:00AM couresy of joystiq.com.