PetroTrade Warns Motorists Of Counterfeit Fuel Coupons

PetroTrade has warned motorists on the existence of bogus fuel coupons which are being sold on the street.

Fraudsters have reportedly taken advantage of fuel shortages which have persisted since October 2018 to sell fake PetroTrade coupons to unsuspecting motorists. In a statement, the fuel dealer said:

Petrotrade would love to alert the motoring public not to buy Petrotrade fuel coupons from the street or any individual other than designates of Petrotrade Service Station or Petrotrade Head Office.

Motorists will not be able to access fuel at Petrotrade Service Station as such coupons are fake.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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