Game store employees explain Wii scalping business

Employees at game store Slackers explain how they falsely claimed to be out of stock of Nintendo Wiis, then sold them at a higher markup on eBay.

On Thursday, Ars Technica reported that game retailer Slackers had been ordering Nintendo Wiis, claiming to have run out of stock when customers came into the stores, and subsequently selling the Wiis at a high markup on eBay.

After their original story ran, employees of the retail chain have written in to give Ars more detail about the alleged practice.

Read more at Ars Technica

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