Whole Foods Giveaway Scam: Fake Voucher or Coupon

Whole Foods Giveaway Scam  Fake Voucher or Coupon

There is a Whole Foods scam circulating on WhatsApp and Facebook, which claims the multinational supermarket chain is giving everyone a $175 voucher or coupon if they share it. Therefore, social media users are asked not to follow the instructions in it, they should just delete it instead. The fake post, created by scammers posing as Whole Foods, is used to trick potential victims into sharing the scam with friends, visiting spam, and malicious survey websites. The spam websites will attempt to trick visitors into paying for unwanted services or steal their personal and credit card information.

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Whole Foods Giveaway Scam: Fake Voucher or Coupon