She adds: ‘It was for real, it went on to a survey to choose which products you preferred, offering to go into a draw to win $1,000 in groceries 😫’
The appalling scam was met with disbelief from fellow shoppers.
‘Wow, that’s low,’ wrote one. Added another: ‘Yep, Scammers are the lowest of the low.’
Said a third: ‘Scammers are clever.’
Woolworths suggests customers head to their website for more information in the fight against scammers.
It comes just days after Woolworths and Big W announced that they would be donating at least $200k in gift vouchers to schools affected by bushfires.
The BIG W and Woolworths Supermarket vouchers will enable schools to provide support to local families and communities impacted by bushfires as kids return for the school year.
Managing Director of BIG W, David Walker said; ‘The bushfires have impacted a large number of families across many parts of Australia. Many of them will soon need to prepare their kids for the return to school.
‘To help schools in these impacted regions, we are providing gift vouchers to schools so they can support students and families in need of a helping hand.’
Managing Director of Woolworths Supermarkets, Claire Peters said: ‘This donation provides additional support from the Woolworths Group to communities impacted by bushfires.
‘With kids heading back to school soon, we hope that the gift vouchers will help schools have the right support locally to lighten the burden for families in these regions during this challenging time.’