can mcdonald's be sued for not providing food that they charge for in the drive through maybe a class action?

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    No, it's called a mistake. Go back and get your food. Do not tie up the courts with silly stuff like this. 

    Call a Mclawer...



    Would you really go that far to sue ?If you took them to court,the best you would get would be a free cheese burger for your troubles.

    Always check your order before you drive off.


    I think the crime is eating there at all

    Yeah right like some lawyer is going to take on that kind of stupid case.

    You can't be serious !

    The reason I said maybe a class action is because this is a very common problem with alot of people. Also this is not a one time thing it happens all the time.  I have talked to the manager about it and they claimed they would talk to thier staff about it and it hapened the next day again.  I do not want money I want them to be forced to fix the problem and if the only way to do that is to cost them money then that is what I think has to be done.


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