Lidl Voucher Scam on Social Media Websites: Free Groceries

There is a Lidl voucher scam circulating on WhatsApp and Facebook, which claims the multinational retailer store is giving away free vouchers due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Social media users who click on the scam will be taken to a website where they will be asked to some questions and ask to share. The scam will then ask social media users to share in order to receive their so-called free voucher, but it doesn't matter how many times they share the scam, they will never receive the voucher they were promised.

Lidl Voucher Scam on Social Media Websites  Free Groceries

Sharing the scam only help spread it to social media users. Therefore, social media users who have already shared the scam are asked to remove or delete it.

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Lidl Voucher Scam on Social Media Websites: Free Groceries