SHOPPERS are being warned to ignore fake supermarket vouchers offering £50 off coupons. 

The posts say stores are celebrating their ‘anniversary’ and that everyone who shares the link will receive a £50 voucher. 

A number of versions of the vouchers have been shared widely on Facebook over the past few days but stores have confirmed they are a fake.

A warning from Morrisons added: “We are aware of a number of spam emails, text messages and social media posts from third-parties posing as Morrisons for the purpose of fraudulent activity.

“If you receive one of these suspicious messages, please do not click any links, open attachments or enter personal information.

“We would never ask for your personal details in order to redeem a voucher. If you believe you have been contacted please contact us on ‘0345 611 6111’ or call Action Fraud on ‘0300 123 2040’.

“You can also visit ‘’ to report fraudulent activity to the authorities.”

Essex Trading Standards has also issued a warning after a similar Tesco voucher was being shared across the country.