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A woman in Belmont, California has been banned for life from Abercrombie & Fitch solely because she bought too much from the brand. What? Sister site Racked National reports that the brand has placed a permanent hex on the woman—even going so far as to cancel her online order. The reason behind this extreme directive? A&F is convinced she was reselling the product. Head to our sister site for a video chronicling the whole sad situation. [Racked]