Lidl is currently the victim of a fake competition for a Monsieur Cuisine. It’s important to be careful.
Lidl in turmoil… According to the latest information from Sud Info, a fake competition for a Monsieur Cuisine is currently running. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z!
Lidl cares about consumers
Competition in retail is fierce. Cora, Leclerc, Carrefour, Aldi. There are more and more brands on the market. So much so that consumers sometimes don’t know who to turn to.
Faced with such a rivalry, Lidl was therefore obliged redouble its customer acquisition efforts. And to make sure you hit the mark, the company has decided to bet everything on price.
Therefore, its number one goal is to enable its customers to save money. When buying quality products. From travel to confection to groceries. Lidl is there on all fronts.
In this winter period, the German company also offered everything you need for a raclette. Don’t hesitate to buy the raclette plate for less than 7 euros if you have cravings for cheese.
And if you like truffles, know that the Chêne d’Argent brand offers slices flavored with summer truffles. The price ? 3.19 euros. What would a raclette be without sausages? Lidl has indeed put a plateau of the Pyrenees on sale for 3.79 euros.
” #raclette fans: this message is for you! Wednesday, find the #winter kitchen range, gourmet products for a successful season »we can read on the sign’s official Instagram account. A post that did not miss the reaction of the consumers. MCE TV tells you more!
A fake competition to win a Monsieur Cuisine
As you have probably understood, Lidl does everything to make its customers happy. Unfortunately, it appears that the company is currently at the heart of a major problem.
In fact, a fake contest for Try to win a Monsieur Cuisine rages on the net. A scam to be avoided at all costs. According to the latest information published by our colleagues from Sud Info, this fraudulent competition would be offered by a specific “LIDL customer”.. Customer whose contact details are as follows: [email protected]
“You have been selected to join our loyalty program for free! It only takes a minute to get an amazing prize »he wrote in his message.
First of all, everything indicates that you could be the lucky winner of a Lidl Monsieur Cuisine. But if you look closely, the email address has nothing to do with the hard discounter.
So you have to be very careful. Check the address carefully. before you get ripped off and click on a link you absolutely shouldn’t click on.
What is certain, however, is that scammers are not short of ideas to try and get in touch with people. Lidl has something to worry about.