For those of you who have printed out the $4/2 La Victoria coupons I posted about last week, I wanted to let you know that one of my readers has researched these coupons & the codes we were using by contacting La Victoria to ask them about it directly – here’s what they had to say::
“Thank you for contacting the La Victoria Rewards and Sweepstakes Promotion
It is fraud, so we would greatly appreciate it if you do report it. The
reason why the “no purchase” option is on the website is because we issue AMOE codes to
those who request it (for sweepstakes only) via mail and they need a means
to convey what their code is associated with.
It is completely dishonest and we thank you for reporting this.”
Thank you, Rebecca, for letting me know about this right away! I had no idea these were not valid codes – I had looked into it before posting, but had not found any indication that these were not valid promotion codes available for all to use (as other companies often offer to their customers).
However, in light of this new information, I will be omitting that post and wanted to let all of you know that these coupons should not be used!! If you have La Victoria products, you can still enter the codes from the products you purchased – but should not use the codes I posted.
Unfortunately, I am not always able to fully research all of the deals by contacting companies to confirm, etc, although I do try to as much as possible. But since many bargains, freebies, coupons, & online sales do move quite quickly once the word is spread, I want to let all of you know so that you can take advantage of those deals! However, that means that every now and then there will be situations where we will find out later that the site was a scam or that the coupon was fraudulent. So, please know that I do try my best & let me know if you ever find out that there is a problem with a deal as I want to make sure that I’m posting accurate information!!