Learn about the scheme and message that is going viral by reading exclusive facts about Steakhouse Longhorn Scam.
Darden Restaurants has been operating the Longhorn Steakhouse chain since 2007. Longhorn Steakhouse, a wholly-owned subsidiary, operates in the United States and Puerto Rico with over 559 restaurants.
Rick Cardenas, CEO of Longhorn Steakhouse has taken the company to new heights. The entity now earns over 1.6 billion dollars in revenue. Did you know ads were circulated on Facebook as part of Steakhouse Scam?
Longhorn Steakhouse advertisement:
An ad circulated on @Longhorn-Steak-Houses-Fans-116675758022058 pages featuring a message from the president of Longhorn Steakhouse, Todd Borrows Gorham.
The message stated that Todd was happy to announce his appointment as the new CEO of Longhorn Steakhouse and offered two free meals at any Longhorn Steakhouse location.
The ad/message needs to be sent within 72 hours of receipt. You must forward the ad/message to at least thirty people. The post has been shared over 50K times.
Steakhouse Longhorn reviews by 10K+ customers rated this at a 4/5 star rating.
Reality of the Ad:
This message is a fraud as it wasn’t posted on Longhorn Steakhouse’s official Facebook pages. Longhorn Steakhouse also has a separate website where customers can register with their contact and email information in order to receive updates on upcoming and current offers at Longhorn Steakhouse. (The link for the official Longhorn Steakhouse offer page is provided below).
Why is this advertisement fake?
The message that appears on the fan page is known as Steakhouse Longhorn scam advertisement. Anonymously, the owner of this fan page. There is also no way to know who sent the ad and how many times it was forwarded.
You may have guessed that this ad was fake and useless. On the Facebook fan page, no mention is made of how users can receive/claim a coupon or reward in exchange for free meals.
The plot Steakhouse Longhorn Scam :
Longhorn Steakhouse was not involved in the creation of the viral message. Todd, the president of Longhorn Steakhouse did not initiate an offer of free meals for 2 people, nor did Todd change the CEO at Longhorn Steakhouse.
On 18th/March/2023, a similar ad became viral on a Facebook fan page. The viral message had created havoc at that time among Longhorn Steakhouse’s customers. Longhorn Steakhouse, a well-known and popular restaurant, is not the subject of a publicity stunt. Steakhouse Longhorn Scam instead is a plan to discredit Longhorn Steakhouse because the customers’ high expectations are ruined when they realize that the advertisement was a fraud. This will create a negative image of Longhorn Steakhouse.
About Longhorn Steakhouse :
Longhorn Steakhouse serves a variety of delicacies that are seasoned with their signature seasoning. These include Sirloin Steaks, Flo’s Filets, a Filet Mignon and French Fries. Other items served at the restaurant include Chicken, Ribs, Shrimps, Lobsters, Salads, Texas Tonion, Wild West Shrimp, Soups, Hamburgers, Sandwiches and a full bar facility serving Signature Margaritas
The viral advertisement offering two free meals under the banner Steakhouse Longhorn Scam, was both irresistible as well as tempting!
The restaurants of the Longhorn Steakhouse chain are beautiful, as they have been built with Western or Texan designs. The locations all featured Western or Texan themed memorabilia including pictures and were decorated in oil paint to support the overall look.
Longhorn Steakhouse’s Fan pages used the Longhorn Steakhouse official logo. After the viral ad, the logo was altered to include a Longhorn Steakhouse location. The ad/post has also been removed from fan pages. To learn about the latest offers, rewards and discounts, it is best to visit Longhorn Steakhouse’s official website. To learn more about Longhorn Steakhouse’s official discounts and offers, click here.
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