I have seen these types of photos in all the couponing pages and I am disgusted about it!

There is a deal on Huggies wipes packs that people are going crazy over. Since the single packs are all sold out in most Target stores, it has gotten to the point that the couponers are breaking into packages and boxes of the wipes to get the single packs to satisfy their great deals.

Not only is this unacceptable but it screws up inventory for Target substantially. I am sure loss prevention is taking measures and we will see some changes in the future. What's next? Locking up wipes like they do in electronics? Yes, that would be silly but how would you handle it if this was your store?

How desperate do people need to go to get a bargain? At what point do you say to yourself that you are pushing the ethical boundaries of couponing?

It is obvious in these photos that some couponers have no shame and even laugh about it. You are the reasons why employees don't like us and give us attitude, you are the reason why couponing is getting tougher, especially for the people who need to coupon to keep their heads above water financially. You are the reason why complete strangers glare at us and disrespect us. Because of your actions, people like me have to show extra effort to let others know that we are good people, sincere and ethical.

Jennise "Savealotmom" Colin-Ventura | 254-501-7515 | jennise@kdhnews.com | facebook.com/savealotmom | instagram @jensavealotmom

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