Some of us may have already started our holiday shopping, but the Better Business Bureau wants you to know scammers are waiting for you to let their guard down as the countdown to Christmas is on. The Better Business Bureau says there are a few common warnings you should keep in mind so you don't become a victim whether in person or online.
Beware of online scams offering electronics or luxury goods at prices that are too good to be true. The agency's Bill Smith tells The Big Z if you find an item online on a site where individual sellers post their goods, be cautious.
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Smith says if you are checking out a company you have not done business with in the past, look them up on the BBB website. http://stlouis.bbb.org/