Introduction: Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning
First, welcome to my blog. My name is Joshua. To begin, danger! Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning. These are some of the biggest scams that milk tons of people out of their hard-earned money! Run from the hype! So beyond the shiny advertisements and glitter lurks a hungry predator. Will you be prey this holiday season? Read in depth to find out! Be sure to bookmark my site for more great tips later! Without further delay, my Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning.
Black Friday Scam: Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning
Black Friday may be one of the biggest scams ever invented. Here is how this scam breaks down: First, we have the South Park – Cartmanland marketing of “You can’t come!” because the sale is only on certain dates or times. Next, we have the product or lack thereof, maybe! So the product is an overstock item because it is a lemon! Last, we have buyers flooding the stores to buy out defective merchandise. But wait, there is more. These sale items are frequently above typical retail price! Do not get scammed!
Cyber Monday Scam: Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning
So welcome to Cyber Monday, because the internet has been reduced to this. Online retailers are pulling the same dirty scam tricks – flashy advertising, shocking deals, stunning models. Again, Cartmanland marketing. Only certain dates and times! Also, the same defective merchandise. Finally, the same higher prices! Because you should not be pressured into buying anything, do not fall into these traps, please! Finally, many of the sites or sellers are new sellers trying to get in on the boom. Do not expect anything great in terms of goods or services because many sellers are overwhelmed with buyers at this time.
Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Other Holiday Scams: Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning
Have you ever noticed price gouging at Christmas time? I have many times, for sure! If you look at prices closely, they slowly rise the closer you get to Christmas. A major spike happens around Thanksgiving. That nice winter coat sure did drop in price quite a bit after Christmas. Many other items increase in price as well. Sure, some of it is supply and demand, but price gouging clearly happens, as well. Valentine’s Day may be one of the biggest scams. Suddenly, the cost of a dozen roses doubles or even quadruples in value?! I think not! So when you do it right anyway, you are showing your love more often and in better ways. You do not need to buy into the scams to spend more than you normally do.
A Final Thought: Black Friday Cyber Monday Scam Warning
To conclude, these people want you in a buying mood. They want you to overspend. Do not fall into these traps and spend more than you planned. We see far too many people having a credit Christmas or the same with other holidays. So please be sure not to overspend or buy into the hype. These are not the great deals they pretend to be. In summary, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Buyer beware! It is definitely scamming season out there. Be safe. Love you all. Be sure to bookmark my site for more great tips later! Read my blog. Find more great content at the winners of November 16’s RRC Top Blog Awards: Be Your Own Light, Budgeting In the Fun Stuff, and Growth Education Development.