Aldi coupon scam hits Facebook

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Aldi coupon scam hits Facebook
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A scam circulating on Facebook involves on the discount grocery store chain Aldi.

According to WSYR, if you share and comment on the post, you’re supposed to get a coupon for $100 off a bill of $120.

How the scam works

Read more: Does Aldi save you as much money as they claim?

But after sharing and commenting, all you get is offers to sign up for credit cards and other subscriptions.

The image used on the post is similar to a real Aldi coupon.

The Better Business Bureau told WSYR that anyone can copy a brand, and that logos are easily available online. 

How can you protect yourself on Facebook click-and-share deals?

The BBB told WSYR to use a double-window technique, keeping the offer open in one window, while researching it in the second.

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