02/23/2016 08:16 EST | Updated 02/23/2017 05:12 EST

Tim Hortons Prize Worth $100 Goes To Scammer After Woman Posts Pic Online

Don't post pictures of your winning Timmies cup to Facebook.

A busy Tim Horton's on a busy warm Saturday night in Saskatoon

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A woman who posted a photo of her prize-winning Tim Hortons cup on Facebook is speaking out after someone spotted the security number on the rim and claimed the $100 prize ahead of her.

Margaret Coward of Conception Bay South, N.L., says she didn't know the Roll-Up-the Rim gift card award could be claimed online.

And she says she can't believe one of her 900 Facebook friends would do that to her.

She says it all happened in the span of a half hour.

Soon after she posted the photo, she called the local Tim's outlet to get a winner's form — but she was told it would be easier to claim the prize online.

But when she tried to register, she learned the prize was already gone, and a company official later told her the email address of the person who claimed the prize couldn't be revealed for privacy reasons. (St. John's Telegram) 

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