Coupons are just about the best thing to have when shopping, that’s why this fake coupon notice must be shared.
It’s the deal that’s too good to be true, according to KFOR in Oklahoma City.
The Kohl’s coupon claims to offer $75 off a purchase of $80 or more but it’s entirely bogus.
KFOR provides some clues to tell if a coupon like this one is fake or real.
First up, the URL is directs customers to a website other than Kohls.com, such as http://www.kohls.com-customer.com (or some variation). There should only be one “.com.”
Another thing to watch for are grammar and math mistakes. Things like putting the wrong anniversary date for the company.
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