Butterball Turkey Company Warns of Fraudulent Coupons

Medioimage/Photodisc/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Butterball says there are fraudulent $10 and $15 coupons circulating with its brand name.

On Butterball’s website, the company offers guidelines on avoiding fake coupons courtesy the Coupon Information Center:

  1. Never pay money for coupons or coupon related “opportunities."
  2. Beware of invalid disclaimers, such as “You are not paying for the coupons, but for the time and effort it took to clip them.” 
  3. Be wary of any coupon emailed to you by anyone but the manufacturer or its authorized distributor.
  4. If a coupon is visible on a computer screen, it is probably counterfeit.
  5. Free product coupons are seldom, if ever, distributed on the Internet. 
  6. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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