Don't fall for a delivery text scam this Black Friday

You should definitely think twice before you click that “delivery notification” link.

Whether you’re a Black Friday fan or a last-minute shopper, the holidays are probably a busy time for you. It’s also a busy — and profitable — time for scammers. 

Scammers can drain gift cards, reel you in with too-good-to-be-true social media ads and send fake delivery notifications that take away more than your holiday cheer. Here’s how to watch out for some of the most common scams this holiday shopping season. 

Porch pirates aren’t the only problem

People send and receive lots of packages during the holidays, and porch pirates

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