Neighbourhood Watch Scotland – Safety Alert – Toys Online

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      “Many thanks to our partners at the Scottish Government Safer Communities Directorate and RoSPA Scotland for highlighting these dangers.

      At this time of year, it can be tempting to try and save on Christmas presents by buying cheaper toys online. But sadly, there are cheap toys for sale on online marketplaces that haven’t been safety tested and could seriously harm your child. If a price seems too good to be true, sadly it probably is. So, to help you tell a dodgy toy website from a safe one, the Child Accident Prevention Trust have put together a guide to help you save money but still buy safely.

      Very low prices could also be a sign that an offer is a scam – if you’re not sure about something you’ve seen online or in an email or text, use Citizens Advice Scotland’s online checker to make sure.”

      Message Sent By
      Mark Armstrong
      (Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, NWS Co-ordinator, Scotland)

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