Our reader, Rebecca, did some researching about the La Victoria coupons that we previously posted. Here’s what she found:
Okay, so I finally received a response from La Victoria HQ today regarding the practice of plugging in rewards codes that the individual did not personally receive by making a purchase. I suspected this was an abuse of the system and, unfortunately, this proved true. Knowing the high caliber of bargainistas who frequent this great site, I knew you’d want to know about this so here’s the email as received from La Victoria:
“Thank you for contacting the La Victoria Rewards and Sweepstakes Promotion help center.
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.”
In light of this information, please stop using the codes posted on the internet to print off La Victoria coupons and do not redeem any more coupons. I have removed the original post with instructions how to print the codes. Of course, using codes from products you purchase is still totally legit!
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