Mr. Kitchen This is a well-known article marketed by the well-known supermarket chain Discount Lid. Made by home silver topis a food processor of cost 349. Last year, the same product was pulled from the market due to a patent infringement of a well-known sewing robot. Thermomix subordinate Forwerk. The scam attempt in question arises when some strange promotional offer related to the product in question starts to appear on some social channel.
Skillfully Created Pages To promote fake offers and try to deceive as many users as possible. In this case, the scammers used Facebook while reproducing the pages in the best way according to the patterns, Colors and Techniques Used From the brand Lidl. Therefore, the same food processor indicated earlier was on sale at Exceptional offer for only 2 euros.
Differences between the suggested page The scammers and the original Lidl are pretty straightforward but when you’re shown right on the dummy page, don’t pay much attention to what could be the fundamental differences. In short, the scam caused many victims, quite clearly unaware of what has already been done. Web scams have become an almost daily occurrence. Be careful and suspicious Any ambiguous position From any unlikely scenario. There lies everything and it happens in doubt.
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