Beware of Facebook scam promising free food from ALDI

(Photo Supplied/State of Massachusetts Government)

ALDI Foods is warning customers of a scam that made the rounds on Facebook.

(Photo supplied/Facebook)

The post claimed that ALDI was giving away a Christmas food box to everyone who liked, shared and commented on the Facebook post, all to celebrate the chain’s 75th anniversary.

Then, it had folks click on a link to validate their entry with the promise that a box with $75 worth of groceries and a $25 voucher would be delivered to their front door. But, again, it was all a scam.

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