The fake Mother's Day offer could actually put you in danger of your personal information being stolen. When you click the link, there's a fake survey that promises big rewards for filling out a few simple questions. You're also required to forward the coupon to your Facebook friends.
"We know some of our customers are excited about this $75 offer circulating on Facebook," the company wrote. "However, we all know some things are too good to be true! We are sorry for any confusion and disappointment this fake coupon has caused. We are partnering with Facebook to have these coupons removed. Thank you for your understanding!"
Of course, this isn't the first such scam to come our way. Snopes reminded us that the Better Business Bureau warns against offers that seem too good to be true and companies that ask you for your banking information.