Spotting Coupon Fraud
A friend of mine has a blog that I have listed on my blogroll (Couponing 101). I found a link on her blog this morning that I think is important to share.
I’m a coupon clipper. If I shopped for my groceries at civilian grocery stores, shopping store brands and such might prove to be cheaper, but since I shop at the commissary, coupons provide a massive savings on top of massive savings for me.
Our local paper doesn’t have a Sunday issue, so I have to go out of my way to get the Sunday coupons. In recent years, however, those same coupons are available online.
I use couponmom.com as the base for finding all of my online coupons and have for years and years. There are a multitude of links available on that site that take you to all different types and styles of coupons. When I first started using them, it was hard to find a store that accepted them, even the commissary. From what I can tell, coupons printed from online sources are widely accepted now.
Southernsavers.com posted a tutorial on how to spot a fraudulent online coupon. I hope it gives you some insight, maybe teaches you something you didn’t already know.
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