Butterball Turkey Company Warns of Fraudulent Coupons
0 Updated at 1:37 pm, November 21st, 2012 By: ABC Digital
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:
- Never pay money for coupons or coupon related “opportunities.”
- Beware of invalid disclaimers, such as “You are not paying for the coupons, but for the time and effort it took to clip them.”
- Be wary of any coupon emailed to you by anyone but the manufacturer or its authorized distributor.
- If a coupon is visible on a computer screen, it is probably counterfeit.
- Free product coupons are seldom, if ever, distributed on the Internet.
- If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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