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How To: Protect Yourself From Black Friday & Cyber Monday Scams (Infographic)

Online shopping is about to get crazy, and in light of this morning’s wide-spread Target voucher scam, I thought I would share this helpful infographic. Some of the stats may be a bit dated, but there is some solid, common sense advice for both merchants and consumers at the bottom of the graphic.

If you need any help finding the legit deal sites, check out the Cyber Monday deal site list I have created. I will be updating it quite a bit over the next week as more retailers and brands launch their deals.

Good luck finding bargains and be careful!

Cyber Monday Scam Infographic

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