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McDonald’s Philippines Warns Public vs Fake Websites

McDonald’s Philippines has warned the Filipino people against the fake websites offering discounts and promos.

The popular fast-food chain has issued a statement after several fraudulent website using the food giant’s names and logo start to offer products at discounted prices. The food company instructed the public to order through official channels only.

McDo has also urged the public to report fake sites through email to prevent the scammers from victimizing innocent Filipinos. The company also want to ensure their customer’s safety against scammers.

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The food business announced that the customers could avail their products through their official Facebook page or third-party deliveries including Grab, FoodPanda, Lazada, Pickaroo, and GLife.

“The company is committed to ensure the safety of our consumers not just when they enjoy their favorite McDonald’s meals, but also as they share credentials when they use its various ecommerce platforms,” the company said.

Here is the full post:

“McDonald’s delivery website is mcdelivery.com.ph. Beware of fraudulent sites branded with our logo and offering promos and discounts. Order only through the correct URL. We encourage you to warn your family and friends and report to [email protected] if you come across these sites.”

Meanwhile, take-out or fresco dine-in services in the National Capital Region (NCR), which is under Alert Level 4 remains operational but only maximum of 30% are allowed while indoor dine-in services are limited to only 10 percent. Dine-in services are only for fully vaccinated customers.

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