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How to Avoid Fake Pages

Balsam Hill Currently Known Scams

The world is full of Grinches and Scrooges and Balsam Hill is not immune. We’ve discovered several instances online of dishonest actors trying to turn your holidays from delightful to disheartening.

We’ve collected some known prominent fraudulent social media posts and websites trying to trick you into thinking you are dealing with us. These scams work in different ways and the bad actors might be after money, personal information or some other data.

Don’t be fooled by these promotions:

  • Balsam Hill Warehouse Sale
  • Balsam Hill Unclaimed Orders
  • Balsam Hill Unclaimed Orders Sale
  • Balsam Hill Outlet Online
  • Balsam Hill Warehouse Clearance Sale

Those are almost certainly not all the fraudulent sites and offers out there in the world. We do our best to find and shut them down, but they often pop up briefly then disappear. We caution you not to visit any unverified links or interact with suspicious messages. Never share your personal or financial information when you receive suspicious email or dubious social media posts.

For reference, we’ve compiled some examples of fraudulent sites and social media posts/accounts below.

Here are some general tips to protect yourself.

Fraudulent Websites

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Fraudulent Facebook Pages/Accounts

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Fraudulent Facebook Ads

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