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Sca mmers have been sending out a host of fake vouchers, purporting to be from some of the nation's favourite supermarkets and high street stores.

 

These fake voucher promotions have been popping up all over Facebook, Twitter and the rest.

 

You will be led through some questions to get your voucher and you will have to supply your mobile number and your address – ostensibly so your “prize” can be sent out.

 

In reality, your phone will be hit by premium rate calls costing up to £5 each

https://www.lovemoney.com/news/26495/dont-fall-for-this-supermarket-voucher-[problem]

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its a well known and extremely obvious [problem]. yet people still fall for it.

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I get these nearly every day, they're really annoying. If you have to click on a link to get something you didn't ask for, chances are it's a [problem].

 

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Me too and i thought i was special. All those offers of vouchers apparently from Tesco etc and when you look at the email, it has not come from Tesco,

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In reality, your phone will be hit by premium rate calls costing up to £5 each

https://www.lovemoney.com/news/26495/dont-fall-for-this-supermarket-voucher-[problem]

How is this possible? In the UK we only pay for outbound calls so although you'll almost certainly get nuisance calls you won't be charged for them

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