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Aldi warns of fake coupon circulating on social media


Leading supermarket Aldi have warned their customers of a hoax coupon currently circulating on email and social media that is fraudulent. The supermarket chain says these coupons will not be accepted as legal tender in their stores.

The German retailer shared a post on their official Facebook page on the issue. “We have been notified that there is a hoax 40% off Aldi coupon being circulated. This post is fraudulent and can not be redeemed in our stores. The only money off voucher we currently have in circulation is €20 off when you spend €100 which is available in this weekends Sunday Independent and Sunday World. For further information please contact our customer service team on 1800 991 828,” it read.

Aldi customers reacted to the news in their thousands, with the post attracting over 5,500 likes and over 7,000 shares.  ‘I knew there was no way… I’ll be v happy with my €20 off thank u aldi.. x’ wrote one Facebook user. ‘Bit silly think your going to get €100 of shopping for €60 …. folk need to wise up on here’ wrote another.



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