The Better Business Bureau is warning school districts across the country to be on the lookout for fake invoices for educational supplies. In just the last few weeks, the BBB has received more than 3,300 inquiries and nearly 100 complaints from schools in 26 states.
The bogus invoices, from a company called Scholastic School Supply, show an amount due of $647.50 for a bulk purchase of math or art books that were not ordered and never received.
The invoices list an address in either Las Vegas or Sewell, N.J. Both are mail drops…
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