Online Chick-fil-A Gift Card Scam Continues to Target Consumers
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Online Chick-fil-A Gift Card Scam Continues to Target Consumers

A $500 Chick-fil-A gift card is offered to those who complete a short online questionnaire

June 29, 2018

An online scam is continuing to target Chick-fil-A fans nationwide through email, social media, and other platforms.

Consumers who click on the "ad" are prompted to answer a few questions, some of which ask for personal information. In return for submitting answers to the questions, it claims that you will receive a complimentary $500 Chick-fil-A gift card.

Scammers Want Your Information

Think this sounds too easy and too good to be true? You are CORRECT!

This is not a generous giveaway from Chick-fil-A. It is merely an attempt by con artists to obtain personal and financial information from unsuspecting consumers. That sensitive information could then be used for a number of nefarious purposes including stealing money, committing fraud, or perpetuating identity theft.

Statement from Chik-fil-A

The following is a statement that was posted on the official Chik-fil-A Facebook page when this scam first surfaced:

Hey Chick-fil-A fans, please be aware that there is a fictitious marketing campaign circulating the internet which asks for personal information in return for $500 Chick-fil-A gift cards. This program is in no way sponsored by or affiliated with Chick-fil-A or any of our independent Restaurant Operators.