Kroger Coupon Scam - Beware of Fake Facebook Posts

Kroger Coupon Scam - Beware of Fake Facebook Posts

Fake coupon alert! There's currently a fake "FREE $60 Kroger Coupon" offer spreading on Facebook. It's not real! We don't recommend engaging with the site(s) that offer links to the coupon or providing them with any personal information. Kroger is actively working with Facebook and domain service providers to address the concern.

The Kroger Coupon Scam

The Kroger Coupon Scam - $60 Off

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  • November 22, 2019 at 11:10 PM by an anonymous user from: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

    I clicked on it and answered the Qs. At the end...there was no way to claim the $60

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Kroger Coupon Scam - Beware of Fake Facebook Posts