Those Mother’s Day Coupons Doing the Facebook Rounds? They’re a Scam

File this under things too good to be true.

There’s an online coupon floating around on Facebook that sounds like a great deal.

“LOWE’S is giving Free $50 coupons for EVERYONE! to celebrate Mother’s Day!” the coupon reads. Great, now mom can get herself more plants — or power tools — as she celebrates her big day.

When click on the ad in Facebook, it takes you to a page with the Lowe’s logo that has a short survey. You have to fill out the survey to get the coupon.

But don’t even bother filling it out, because it’s a scam.

Lowe’s told CNN affiliate WSOC that it’s a phishing scam intended to gather personal information and the company is in no way affiliated with it.

Similar “Mother’s Day” coupons have been found on Facebook purporting to be from┬áHome Depot, Target, IKEA, along with Bed, Bath & Beyond.

The Better Business Bureau has some tips to avoid being scammed by these fake coupons you might see online: Checking out who is offering the coupon. Be cautious of popup offers. Read the fine print.