The holiday season can be both fun and stressful, and we've learned there are new scams you'll want to watch out for.

More people become victims this month than any other time of the year.

Whether it's shopping online or checking your Facebook page, you want to be careful what you click on.

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"This is the type of environment scammers blend into, and they can take advantage of it," said Jonathan Brotherton, who works at Dynamic Edge in Nashville.

Experts say that one out of every 72 transactions will be a scam during the holidays.

"The best scammers are the ones that are believable," said Brotherton.

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