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Aldi issues warning about ‘hoax’ voucher being shared online

The fake 85 voucher offer for Aldi has been described as a 'hoax' by the store.
The fake 85 voucher offer for Aldi has been described as a 'hoax' by the store.

Aldi is warning its customers about a ‘fraudulent’ voucher that is being circulated online.

The supermarket chain issued a statement on its Facebook page saying that the offer of an £85 voucher is a ‘hoax’ and is ‘being fully investigated’.

Aldi’s warning, which was posted at around 3pm yesterday (Monday), read:

“ALERT: We have been notified that there is a hoax £85 Aldi voucher being circulated online.

“Please be aware that this voucher is fraudulent and cannot be redeemed in our stores. Aldi UK will never ask you to share your personal details via a website to redeem a genuine voucher offer.

“This hoax is currently being fully investigated. Thank you, Aldi UK.”


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