Reuters
Reuters

Customers have been cautioned that a 40% off voucher for Aldi is fake and probably be a scam.

The Manchester Evening News states that the managers at the supermarket chain have told the shoppers that the Christmas rebate can’t be reclaimed in any of its UK stores.

Customers have been directed not to give individual details or enter the competition that is running alongside the voucher.

A post on the Aldi Facebook page declares that there is a false discount voucher of 40%  being circulated online. And strongly advised not to give any personal details or take part in the competition that is running as a major aspect of claiming the voucher and added that this is currently being fully investigated.

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