channel stuffing
 n.— «In their lawsuit, the plaintiffs contend that Avon unfairly competes and artificially boosts its financial bottom line by shipping unordered products to its sales representatives, who are then coerced by Avon into accepting and paying for such products even after they have been returned to Avon for credit—a series of practices known as “channel stuffing.” » —“Court Issues Order in Favor of Plaintiffs in Action Against Avon Products, Inc.” by Huron Maki & Johnson LLP PRNewswire July 1, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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