As consumers are checking items off their holiday shopping lists, they may be in search of the hottest “must-have” toys of the season. While children’s toys may seem harmless, scammers can use them as an opportunity to trick parents out of big bucks.

The top toys of 2020 are likely to sell out quickly at most big-name stores, which may force parents online in search of a good deal. Consumers should be careful where they purchase these products, especially when shopping online.

Marjorie Stephens is president and CEO of the BBB Serving Northern Indiana.

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