If you ever received a coupon via e-mail for a free item, or maybe you are hearing about a coupon that you think is too good to be true. Check out http://www.cents-off.com/body_coupon_counterfeiters.cfm# and verify the authenticity of those coupons. Unfortunately, probably due to the economy, it seems there has been a sudden spike on fraudulent coupons going around. A few of them I want to bring to your attention are...
Free one pack of energizer batteries
Free one pack kozy shack product
Pepsi co products
Skippy peanut butter
Nestle Purina pet care
and unfortunately the list goes on...
Remember you can see the current whole list of counterfeit coupons at http://www.cents-off.com/body_coupon_counterfeiters.cfm# If you received a coupon in pdf or jpj form that you think its too good to be true; it most likely is. If you know it is fraudulent, throw it away immediately. Don't use it! Why risk the public embarrassment. Use common sense and honesty!