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    Online Shopping Returns Fuel Growth in the Warehouse Sector

    The warehouse sector has experienced growth since 2012 as more consumers buy goods online and return them to eCommerce retailers. 8% of goods purchased in physical stores are destined to be returned, but online shoppers typically return 30% of their purchases. Online retailers are dealing with...
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    Amazon Breaks Its Holiday Sales Records for Most Items Ordered Worldwide

    Amazon has announced that it has broken its holiday sales record for most items sold worldwide. Consumers purchased millions of Amazon products such as the Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick, Kindle and more. Alexa was used to set 100 million timers this holiday season and the last package delivered via...
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    How Scammers in China Manipulate Amazon and Its Shoppers

    Scammers in China will do anything to move up the list of bestsellers on Amazon. They will attack other sellers on the eCommerce site with fake reviews by purchasing the competitor's products and then returning them with complaints. This will kill sales for weeks until Amazon realizes what is...
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    Credit Card Stealiing Magecart Malware Infects Feedify Service

    Security researchers Placebo and Kevin Beaumont have discovered a Magecart malware infection in the Feedify JavaScript library used by thousands of eCommerce websites. Feedify is customer engagement tool that boasts of reaching 1 billion devices worldwide and the Magecart malware steals credit...
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    Ebay to Price Match 50,000 Items

    Hot on the trails of the battle between Amazon and Walmart in becoming the world's largest retailer, eBay is launching a new Price Match Guarantee in an attempt to keep customers and lure new shoppers. However, only over 50,000 "trending" items across the site will be eligible through its...
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    Walmart Associate Delivery Pays Employees to Deliver Packages After Shift Work Ends

    Walmart has devised a new program that allows employees to deliver packages after their shift has ended. The employees are paid extra to carry packages that are deliverable on their normal route home. This means that the employees simply have to grab the packages from the backroom, load them...