The fake KFC online ordering and delivering websites below were created by cyber-criminals or scammers to steal KFC customers’ credit card and personal information. KFC is aware of the fake websites and have posted a warning on their Facebook page. The fast food giant is also working hard to shut down the fake websites in order to prevent the scammers behind the fake websites from stealing their customers’ credit card and personal information.
A List of Fake and Phishing KFC Websites
As we discover more fake KFC websites, we will add them to the list above. If you are aware of other fake KFC websites, please post them in the comment box below.
KFC customers should not visit any of the fake websites above because they run the risk of their credit card information being stolen. And, for those who have already submitted their credit card information on the fake websites, are asked to let their banks know that they have unknowingly entered their credit card information on a phishing website.
Most of the fake KFC websites that we have discovered so far are targeting New Zealanders. The following is just one of the many scams created by scammers to lure KFC customers to their phishing websites.
KFC New Zealand Online Ordering
Enjoy 8 pcs. Chicken, 4 Mashed Potatoes, 4 Rice, 4 Dewberry Cookies, *1.75L Coke with the KFC Halloween Bucket Meal. (*1.5L Coke for VisMin)
KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) has posted the following warning on their Facebook page:
“WARNING: If you see this website: http://kfcdelivery.co.nz, this is not an official KFC website. We are not affiliated with this service and it is a scam. We are working on shutting this down.”