Warning over Aldi coupon scam

Budget supermarket Aldi has issued a warning to its Irish customers that a ‘€100 off’ coupon being circulated is a scam. Story by UTV Ireland Staff, Dublin

The hoax coupon, which is being circulated online, claims to offer €100 off groceries at the discount store.

However, Aldi say that this voucher is fraudulent and cannot be redeemed in stores.

Writing on their Facebook page on Wednesday, the global supermarket chain warned its Irish customers: “We have been notified that there is a hoax €100 off Aldi coupon being circulated.”

Aldi say that the only money off vouchers currently in circulation are those which appeared in the Sunday papers on 20 March.

An investigation has been launched into the hoax coupons.

Customers who may have come across the vouchers, or anyone would like further information is asked to contact Aldi customer service on 1800 991 828.

This is not the first time Aldi customers have been targeted with fake coupons.

In the run-up to Christmas last December, a fake ‘40% off’ Aldi voucher was shared online.

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