Wardrobing wear and return fraud, and social media wardrobers engaging in snap and send back are deliberately tag tucking to fraudulently use clothing, shoes, and accessories once then returning them for a full refund. How can dishonest shoppers be stopped from tag tucking? E-commerce stores are using a return tag from 360 ID Tag.
Unscrupulous buyers who engage in wardrobing return fraud are known to seek out tags that are easy to remove and replace without any tamper-evidence. Designers hang tags are easy targets and are exposing those brands to unnecessary risks of return fraud.
A surge in online sales this year, mainly due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, could mean a corresponding surge of returns in the new year. Businesses using the 360 ID Tag can expect less anxiety with the influx of January 2021 returns, making for a predictable and smoother returns process for merchants and consumers.