BBB Warns Consumers of Fraudulent Websites
RIO GRANDE VALLEY - Officials with the Better Business Bureau are warning consumers ahead of Cyber Monday.
Dolores Salinas, President of the BBB says fake websites are just one of the ways people will try to fool you.
"Check for the http or https or the lock on the checkout page - that tells you that is a secured page and you can enter your financial information with confidence that your information will be protected," said Salinas Sunday.
For more information watch the video above.
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