As you probably already know, today is Cyber Monday, which is always the first Monday after Thanksgiving. I say "always" like Cyber Monday has been around forever, but it's only been called that since 2005.
Thanks to spiking rates of COVID-19, along with the lockdowns and capacity limits, more people than ever before will do their Black Friday (and post Black Friday) shopping online--and scammers are ready.
Every year, we're treated to the screaming matches about whether a store should open on Thanksgiving or close its doors so employees can be with their families. Now, a major player has bowed out of the argument.