McDonald’s customer finds her DoorDash driver’s WEIGHT LOSS ad in her order

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A supersized insult: Woman is left stunned to discover a DoorDash driver has shoved a WEIGHT LOSS ad into her McDonald’s delivery urging her to sign up for a multi-level marketing program

  • TikTok user Suzie found the card in her McDonald’s delivery order
  • Her DoorDash driver had posted an ad for Herbalife saying, “Lose Weight, Ask Me How!”
  • Herbalife is a multi-level marketing company that develops and sells nutritional supplements
  • It has been criticized as a “sophisticated pyramid scheme”; in 2016, it paid a $ 200 million fine as part of a settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission
  • DoorDash called the driver’s behavior “ inappropriate and unacceptable ” and said it violates company policy
  • They said they wanted to identify the driver and take action

One TikTok user was a bit stunned when she opened her McDonald’s delivery order to find that her DoorDash driver had included a weight loss ad in it.

Suzie passing by @soozieque on the video app, McDonald’s ordered this month and found something unexpected next to her fries: a card for Herbalife’s Nutrition Club weight loss advertisement.

“My DoorDash person put this in my McDonald’s bag,” she wrote.

Oh oh! A TikTok user was a bit stunned when she opened her McDonald’s delivery order to find that her DoorDash driver had included a weight loss ad in it

Suzie showed a close-up of the map, which reads,

Suzie showed a close-up of the map, which reads, “Feel free to contact me to start your transformation today” and “Losing weight, ask me how!”

Meanwhile, DoorDash said, 'This inappropriate and unacceptable behavior is against our policies and will never be tolerated on the DoorDash platform'

“Thanks … I guess,” Suzie said. Meanwhile, DoorDash said, ‘This inappropriate and unacceptable behavior is against our policies and will never be tolerated on the DoorDash platform’

Suzie showed a close-up of the map, which reads, “Please feel free to contact me to begin your transformation today.”

There is also a custom message scribbled by the DoorDash employee: “Lose weight, ask me how!”

Although she partially covered the employee’s name with a boy, it appears to read ‘Guadalupe’.

“Thanks … I guess,” added Suzie.

Commenters on TikTok have expressed disgust and disgust at the driver’s actions, with one writing, ‘Doesn’t that count as mess with food?’

“If MLM huns have one thing, it’s the brutality,” wrote another.

`` We are actively engaging with the customer to provide our support and identify the affected Dasher to take immediate action, '' said DoorDash

“ We are actively engaged with the customer to provide our support and identify the affected Dasher to take immediate action, ” said DoorDash

MLM: Herbalife is a multi-level marketing company that develops and sells nutritional supplements

MLM: Herbalife is a multi-level marketing company that develops and sells nutritional supplements

Several pointed out that it is against DoorDash’s TOS, with one calling it “confused” and another saying; “I would report them for that.”

The DoorDash driver appears to be trying to make some extra money from Herbalife Nutrition – but slipping ads into customers’ bags is against DoorDash’s rules.

“This inappropriate and unacceptable behavior is against our policies and will never be tolerated on the DoorDash platform,” DoorDash told Yahoo News Australia.

“We are actively working to connect with the customer to provide our support and identify the affected Dasher to take immediate action. We deeply regret that this incident did not live up to the experience we try to provide every day. ‘

Commenters on TikTok have expressed disgust and disgust at the driver's actions, with one writing, 'Doesn't that count as mess with food?'

Commenters on TikTok have expressed disgust and disgust at the driver’s actions, with one writing, ‘Doesn’t that count as mess with food?’

This particular DoorDash driver could get in trouble for slipping the ads into bags, but he could also end up in double hot water with Herbalife.

Herbalife is a multi-level marketing company that develops and sells nutritional supplements.

Multi-level marketing companies – or MLMs – are a controversial business model known as ‘pyramid selling’. Sales reps buy their products and then sell them to customers, sometimes with huge financial blows.

In fact, a report published by the Federal Trade Commission studied the business models of 350 MLMs and found that 99 percent of the people who join them lose money.

Herbalife has been criticized as an “ advanced pyramid scheme ” and fined $ 200 million in 2016 as part of a settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission.

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