Manitobah Mukluks are a popular Christmas gift this time of year.
Lor Brand, marketing coordinator and artist relations for the company is warning customers about a rise in scam websites pretending to sell their products.
Brand says that several ads and websites have been using their name, logo, and images to trick others into believing they're selling genuine Mukluks.
"People who place orders through those kinds of websites aren't receiving anything, because the product doesn't exist,"
The scam sites also sell the products at a huge discount to try and persuade potential victims.
Because Manitobah Mukluks are a popular Christmas gift, Brand says that these scams usually show up around this time of year.
"We're an incredible seasonal brand just from the nature of making mukluks, winter boots, and functional footwear."
Police have even received reports about scammers posting to online classifieds.
Brand suggests customers check the page they're on, as the company only sells and advertises through Manitobah.ca, Manitobah.com, and some wholesalers. She also warned customers to be wary of any sites advertising heavy discounts.