If you've recently read some announcements about the sale of the SilverCrest food processor for around 2 euros, don't be fooled. This is a scam.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
No, Lidl is not selling the well-known Le Monsieur Cuisine branded food processor SilverCrest at bargain prices. If lately you have happened to read announcements regarding this product on offer at a price that fluctuates between 1,99 and 2,95, don't be fooled. This is a fairly recurring hoax, which is circulating again these days.
In the last few weeks, in fact, a post on Facebook has been released, then removed, which read: “Due to the events at the Lidl headquarters, the company is selling SilverCrest as compensation for only € 1,99”. Another report concerns emails containing a link that refers to a site. So be careful not to fall into the trap. Do not click on the link and, above all, do not fill out any form and do not provide your personal data for any reason. Just enter a few data so that some malicious person can access your credit card and sensitive data.
The famous food processor, in fact, costs about 400 euros and it is really unlikely that it can be discounted by 99%. The appliance sold by Lidl is known to the news for having been the subject of withdrawal in Spain after the company SilverCrest was accused of plagiarism by Vorverk, which produces the famous Thermomix. Despite this story, there is currently no promotion regarding the food processor marketed by Lidl, which always communicates its offers through its official social channels or on the website.
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