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shop and drop

shop and drop
 n.— «The new law protects against a practice known as “shop and drop,” where a consumer uses a credit card to purchase high-ticket items in the weeks prior to filing for bankruptcy.» —“New law provisions” Grayslake Review (Waukegan, Illinois) Oct. 13, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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