Floor Polish: Gallery of Retail Fraud
Here's a Wii console from Nintendo returned with computer hard drive, pennies, batteries and glue, which creates a "retooled" Wii console that weighs (to the ounce) the same as the product that was originally in the box. This was undoubtedly a response to Internet blogs espousing that video game retailers and manufacturers were simply weighing returns, not checking inside.
Most video-game manufacturers do check contents and functionality of all items in the returns and refurbishment process. This fraudster still walked away with his $249.