With so many deals being tossed around online, it's hard to spot which one is the real or the fake bargain. Worse, you never know which bargain is coming from a good source.

Here are some typical Red Flags that you should watch out for when confronted with a too good-to-be-true deal:

1) Merchandise or product has no image

2) Product's serial # (if any) matches that of a stolen good posted online

3) No contact information of the source of the bargain, only email account

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Have you ever heard of the term extreme couponers? They are coupon-loving customers who pair coupons and sales to clear off store shelves. They are not actually not good for business that's why some stores have tightened their policies on entertaining coupons to put a stop to the extreme shopping behavior.

If you can't relate a bit to that information, it only means that you're not yet into the coupon shopping bandwagon. It can be good or bad, depending on how you see shopping for value. The more important matter if you plan of embarking on using coupons online is the credibility of the coupon website.
_Below are the Top 7 Coupon Websites I'm recommending to you:
1) Coupons.com
2) Facebook Coupons
3) Coupon Network by Catalina
4) DealNews
5) DropDownDeals
6) Waka Network Online Deals
7) RetailMeNot

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