If you order Chipotle and have had your food delivered, you could be entitled to money out of a $4 million dollar lawsuit filed against the restaurant.
The class action lawsuit claims that Chipotle was offering free or $1 deliveries to customers who ended up being charged more.
The lawsuit was filed in 2021.
Anyone who did order delivery was paying 10% for services charges and another 12%-15% for food.
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Customers were paying around $4 for $40 worth of food to be delivered.
This happened over the last two years, so you could be entitled to a refund.
Anyone that used to app or online between May 11, 2020 and Jan. 19, 2022 could see a payment.
There are two groups named in the lawsuit.
Those in the rewards program and those who aren’t.
$1 million will go toward the non-members of the rewards program and be divided equally depending on how many people file claims.
$3 million will then be divided among reward members and given as vouchers instead of payments.
The price of the voucher will be $8.50.
If you did not order through the site or app you cannot file a claim.
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