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  1. What is coupon fraud exactly?
  2. ALDI Coupons Facebook Scam
  3. Another fake Kroger coupon spreading on Facebook
  4. Lowe's warns about coupon scam

Try a Poison Ivy costume , or a Queen of Hearts costume , a mermaid costume , sassy costumes or cat costumes.

We got those, too. Get scary with zombie Halloween costumes or try viking costumes.

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Alice in Wonderland costumes would be sweet for a group. Or how about a group of super hero costumes or circus costumes? Of course, we have so many Halloween costumes for kids. Spider man costume?

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Jojo Siwa costume? Scooby Doo costume? You know it. Feel the force with a Jedi costume.


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Are your kiddos into horror? Check out scary costumes. A funny Halloween costume is great, too.

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Animal costumes would be so sweet. Need to finish off his Mario costume? We have the Mario hat.

Your little girl would love a shimmer and shine costume. We also have comfy PJ masks costumes and Halloween masks. We even have a newborn Halloween costume for every style. A plush baby costume would be super cute. Want to wow everyone?

Another fake Kroger coupon spreading on Facebook

Try an inflatable t-rex costume or Toy Story costumes. Sorry for any confusion.

A similar scam touting 40 percent off coupons using retailers such as Costco, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Kroger and other grocers has also been circulating social media sites recently. A story from Indiana news talk radio station Newstalk reported that the ads were attempts to gain personal information from people which redirected to other sites once the Facebook post was liked. Breaking News. DWI offender accused of killing S. One hospitalized after drug deal gone wrong, police say.

Lowe's warns about coupon scam

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