Beware of Facebook scam promising free food from ALDI

first_img By Jon Zimney – November 30, 2020 0 328 Google+ Beware of Facebook scam promising free food from ALDI WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Facebook Pinterest IndianaLocalMichiganNews (Photo Supplied/State of Massachusetts Government) ALDI Foods is warning customers of a scam that made the rounds on Facebook.(Photo supplied/Facebook)The post claimed that ALDI was giving away a Christmas food box to everyone who liked, shared and commented on the Facebook post, all to celebrate the chain’s 75th anniversary.Then, it had folks click on a link to validate their entry with the promise that a box with $75 worth of groceries and a $25 voucher would be delivered to their front door. But, again, it was all a scam. Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Previous articleIndiana’s tax on cigarettes may be on the riseNext articleState Rep. Christy Stutzman speaking out about Indiana’s COVID-19 restrictions, decision to step down Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Twitterlast_img read more

January 27, 2019 Police Blotter

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Celtics’ Danny Ainge will ‘never regret’ Kyrie Irving trade despite free agency rumors

first_imgCeltics general manager Danny Ainge admitted he doesn’t have any regrets when it comes to trading for Kyrie Irving in 2017, despite mounting rumors that the star guard may sign with another team in free agency. “There’s always risk in making deals. We’re not afraid of risk,” Ainge said Wednesday (per the “We made a risk by trading for Kyrie and, no matter what happens with Kyrie, I’ll never regret that. You just move on to the next deal.” Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Kobe Bryant trying to recruit star to Lakers “There’s ongoing conversations but we’ll just have to wait and see what happens there,” he said.Irving’s under contract with Boston through 2020, but he has a player option in his final year. Many expect Irving to decline the option and become a free agent this offseason. There has already been speculation that Irving could land with the Nets, Lakers or Knicks.NBA free agency starts June 30 at 6 p.m. ET. The Celtics acquired Irving in a trade with the Cavaliers and he has played two seasons for Boston. The Celtics finished 2018-19 with a 49-33 record as Irving carried them to the Eastern Conference semifinals. They were then eliminated by the Bucks after losing the series 4-1.Danny Ainge doesn’t regret trading for Kyrie Irving, but acknowledges the risk involved with any trade.— Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) June 5, 2019Ainge made it clear, though, he doesn’t think it’s fair to place the blame on the 27 year-old guard. Related News “The first thing I would say about the whole Kyrie thing, it’s unfortunate that one person gets credit or blame for a team’s failures,” Ainge said. “We had a lot of reasons the team did not succeed this year. Kyrie deserves his share of the blame, but not any more than anybody else. There’s a lot of guys that didn’t handle things the right way and didn’t make the sacrifices that needed to be done for the benefit of the team. So I think that they’re all going to learn from it, including Kyrie. He’s still a young player, and I think Kyrie is going to come back even better next year.”As for what will happen next with the Celtics star? Ainge said they’ll have to be patient.center_img NBA Draft 2019: What will the Lakers do with the No. 4 pick? Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Nets, star have ‘mutual interest’ NBA Draft 2019 rumors: Knicks considering trading No. 3 picklast_img read more