Trader Joes Scam: Fake Voucher, Gift Card, Coupon, and Discount Offerings

Trader Joes Scam  Fake Voucher, Gift Card, Coupon, and Discount Offerings

Trader Joe's do not offer coupons, discounts, or gift cards online. Therefore, online users who have seen fake posts like the below on social media or other websites are asked not to follow the instructions in them. This is because, on April 15, Trader Joe’s posted an announcement regarding misleading gift cards, online coupons, and discount offerings floating around the internet. Trader Joe’s stated that they have zero association with the organizations using Trader Joe’s name.

A "Trader Joe's" Scam on Instagram

Trader Joes Scam on Instagram

Giveaway Closed🚨Giveaway Time!🚨Friends, just thought I would pass along some quarantine cheer for when you need some essentials and some yummy kombucha! Just remember we are all in this together, so stay home and always be kind.

To enter: like this picture, follow @traderjoesaficionado and share below how you are passing your time at home! 😊 That’s it! *

*what you win, TJ giftcard for $15 and two bottles of Health-Ade Kombucha. EDIT- you get to pick your favorite flavor. I will be sending you two vouchers for a free bottle*

** 👉🏽 Giveaway closes Friday 04/10 at 9pm PST

👉🏽Must be 18 and over to enter and win

👉🏽US based only

👉🏽And like always, be kind and smile 😊 *

#giveaway #kombucha #traderjoes #traderjoesaficionado #traderjoeslove #quarantine #stayhome #stayhealthy #staysafe

Trader Joe's Announcement

To Our Valued Customers:

It has been brought to our attention that organizations may be appropriating the Trader Joe's name in association with Coupon, Discount or Gift Card offerings online. Trader Joe's has NO association with these organizations. We do not offer any Trader Joe's coupons, discounts or gift cards online.

When alerted to the existence of misleading promotions of this nature, we actively attempt to get our name removed.

The only means we use to communicate with our customers online is via our website ( and our eNewsletter, which you will only receive if you have elected to hear from us via our "Newsletter Sign-up."

We protect the privacy of the information our customers share with us, and we will never ask for our customers to provide any personal or financial details in our communications.

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Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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Trader Joes Scam: Fake Voucher, Gift Card, Coupon, and Discount Offerings