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Don't Click Those Chick-fil-A "Free Meal" Links

Featured on Snopes today: "Free meals" from Chick-fil-A, a fake volcano eruption video, and scammy FedEx texts.

Published Jan 25, 2020

Today's lead story is a good one to share with friends and family on Facebook, particularly because this scam is making big rounds on Facebook Messenger.

Fake Chick-fil-A coupons are appearing in inboxes on the popular messaging platform that promise a year of "free meals," claiming its all in honor of Chick-fil-A's anniversary. The messages ask that people share the coupon with 50 friends in order for it to work. However, it's not real, and it won't work.

Thank you to our readers for spotting this scam and sending it to us.

Bethania Palma reports.

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