Family Friendly HQ uses cookies to improve your experience on our site and to show you relevant advertising. Your privacy is important to us. To find out more, read our updated Cookie and Privacy Policy.
Home
Family Blog
Aldi have released a HOAX warning

Aldi have released a HOAX warning

Aldi scam
Aldi have warned of a coupon hoax to Irish shoppers.
There is a fraudulent scam in circulation and Aldi Ireland have issued a warning Irish consumers regarding a hoax coupon that is being shared online. People are being offered €100 vouchers, but Aldi have said this is in fact a scam.
 
“We have been notified that there is a hoax €100 off Aldi coupon being circulated. “This post is fraudulent and can not be redeemed in our stores. There are no money off vouchers currently in circulation apart from those that have appeared in the Sunday papers last weekend." they posted on their facebook page.
 
For further information please contact their customer service team on 1800 991 828.
 
Share and let your friends and family know if they shop at Aldi.

We have been notified that there is a hoax €100 off Aldi coupon being circulated. This post is fraudulent and can not be...

Posted by Aldi Ireland on Wednesday, March 23, 2016