McDonald’s Customers Feel Scammed After Clothing Line Fails to Arrive

McDonald’s Customers Feel Scammed After Clothing Line Fails to Arrive

McDonald’s clients were left feeling scammed after their burger-themed loungewear failed to reach with their UberEats request last night.

The inexpensive food chain launched its own one of a kind limited edition attire run – which included leggings, a wearable blanket, and fluffy socks – to check its first-ever McDelivery Night under the #McDelivery hashtag.

Utilizing an uncommon code, those requesting on the UberEats application between 5-7 pm would get integral Golden Arches swag just as free conveyance. Love Island’s Maura Higgins displayed a portion of the things in an image presented on her Instagram account as she tucked into her Big Mac feast.

Yet, many frustrated customers state the advertising trick was tormented by issues and whined they wound up with nothing, regardless of spending their well-deserved money on the promotion.

Clients voiced their dismay via social networking media – including one individual who took steps to report the organization to Trading Standards.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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