Aldi $120 Coupon Scam on Facebook

Aldi $120 Coupon Scam on Facebook

There is an Aldi Coupon scam circulating on Facebook that claims the discount grocery store is giving away $120 coupons to loyal customers. According to the scam, if you share and comment on it, you're supposed to get a $120 coupon. But after sharing and commenting, all you will get is offers to sign up for credit cards and other subscriptions, and you will never receive the $120 coupon you were promised.

The Aldi $120 Coupon Scam

The Aldi $120 Coupon Scam

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The Fake Aldi $120 Coupon Facebook Post

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  • May 2, 2020 at 9:50 PM by an anonymous user from: Cleveland, Ohio, United States

    I saw this tonite ON A TIMELINE from a woman in MISS. I POSTED ONE INFORMING FOLKS IT IS A SCAM

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Aldi $120 Coupon Scam on Facebook