We've mentioned this in the past, but it's worth posting again as there is another push for YOU to get scammed.

I saw a friend post the "Lowe's $150 Coupon" link on their Facebook page today, and within 10 minutes I noticed that at least 4 of his friends had shared his post. What's wrong with wanting to help people save $150 at Lowe's? Absolutely nothing! What's wrong with helping spread the chances of someone getting scammed? EVERYTHING!

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The "coupon", once you click on it, gives you instructions to follow on how to redeem: the first task, of course, is to "Share" the coupon on your timeline. Then, you must give them some information (the questions vary: some ask for an email address, name, phone number, etc; others go straight for your credit card information).

The reason scammers continue to put out these scams is because they work: someone will be gullible enough to believe that by simply sharing a Facebook link they will be rewarded with a $150 coupon from Lowe's (or any company, for that matter).

Grandpa's advice is still the best to follow: If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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