The Better Business Bureau alerts people about Christmas scams

By: 600011 On: Dec 11, 2023, 4:47 PM


Gillon cautions against disclosing to other parties any bank, credit card, or account information. He stated that using social media and websites for promotion will deceive phony businesses and individuals. There will be a range of offers from unknown companies. According to Gillon, anyone who falls for this con will lose money.

The public is cautioned about holiday frauds by BC's Better Business Bureau. These are several frauds that you should be aware of this season. Aaron Gillon, a spokesperson for the bureau, says it's critical to understand who is receiving information and how much is being spent. Discounted goods, occasions for giving, job openings, pleas for donations, and a plethora of other offerings from total strangers. Additionally, people are advised to reply only after verifying that it is genuine.