When I trade them, some do, some don't. With the sheer number that I order, it's bound to happen, but it's just frustrating. I've had it happen on 3DS and Vita too. I hate people
I mean, thing to remember is that lots of people in here are buying and selling back games for high-4 digit returns every year. Others are grabbing steelbooks for games they intend to sell right back without them; still others look to burn employees on surveys (potentially costing jobs, or at the very least bringin' them down for a few days) for what one party sees as busy-body JDing, and the other sees as swatting down someone using an exploit just as immoral as re-stickering for personal profit.
Everyone has their own standards of morality. All parties probably just see it as just a smart move, stickin' it to the man for a bit of extra cash they can afford to lose; it's just that, while people here just don't necessarily care about costing gamestop (the faceless entity) money, the people doing this also don't necessarily care about costing whoever next buys it FROM gamestop (the faceless individual). Heck, they might even expect GS to be competent and catch it before it even reaches that point (lol)
Still freakin' sucks, since it's a massive pain in the dick for the buyer - but I get why it happens, too.
E; from a few hours later, since I aint about to be that guy obnoxiously multiquoting 5 pages deep - didn't at all mean to make any point about legality here, or even try to compare any of the listed examples against each other directly on some kind of quantifyable scale-of-badness. Rather, just playing devil's advocate on a moral question and mind set that interests me; above's how I've always interpreted the general people behind this kind of corporate fraud, return-a-brick-in-the-box type of shenanigan.
Some people care about staying within the written bounds of rules/policies/laws, even while bending them as hard and far as they can go; others are willing to cross that line, but justify it with a generally smaller scale and internalized assumption there's no real victim. Could probably get a spicy argument going between the guy who scored $200 bucks restickering Dora the Explorer vs the guy who flipped himself into owning half the store's inventory over a year.