While you shop around for the gifts on your list, the Better Business Bureau is warning you to think twice before shopping through social media ads.

The 2022 BBB Online Scams Report found that online purchase scams through Facebook and Instagram ads were the most common cons reported to the BBB Scam Tracker.

These scams can include products to support charity, offer free trials with you just paying shipping fees and counterfeit merchandise. You may fall victim to the engaging ads, and face the consequences when the product you ordered doesn’t arrive and the company’s customer service gives a vague answer or no response.

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