September 6, 2011 by staff
Chick-fil-A, From today until Saturday, Chick-Fil-A is giving away tickets breakfast – although the last reserves. But beware: at least one false offer is out there, the collection of private information of innocent offspring. The impostor offering a coupon, while the actual use of online reservations.
Here’s the original article: www.chick-fil-aforbreakfast.com. (A link also appears on the homepage of Chick-fil-A that was loads, but the link on the Facebook page was not working this morning.)
In this writer’s computer, the page displays a list of local outlets. From 9:15 am, about 519 reservations were in the store Aramingo, 2301 E. Butler Street, in Philadelphia, but were still available on 3626 400 Haddonfield Road in Cherry Hill, across from the mall. Others had about 1,200 (Cheltenham) to 2,100 (Cherry Hill, near Route 70 in the commercial center of the Wegman).
You have to choose not only a date, but also a specific block of time and one of the nine innings, including sandwiches, breakfast burritos and multigrain oatmeal.
Chick-Fil-A requires some personal information including email address, address and date of birth, but not the number of cells. Once registered, you are emailed an “invitation” that will need to print and carry. “A photo ID may also be requested,” says the website.
Otherwise, do not be fooled. A search on the web so that the agreement may lead to a web page with a “tophd.me” in the address. An offer to “grocerycouponsaving.com” It just takes people with the same “tophd” page.
In small type at the bottom of the page is this disclaimer:
“This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Chick-fil-A”.
If you enter your email and continue, you will be asked for your address and cell phone. You will then be asked to verify your phone number. Almost immediately, accept the texts offer new competition. Online, the supply of coupons called soon turns into a confusing field iPad. “Free” makes it sound like a gift, but it all smells fishy.
Do not want to risk further tests to find out.
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