December 6, 2023 at 7:57 pm

‘It says I’m waiving my right to a trial.’ A Man Talked About The Insane New Terms And Conditions For McDonald’s Customers

by Matthew Gilligan

Source: TikTok/artemistalks

Mickey D’s fans, this one’s for you.

A TikTokker named Artemis posted a video to let folks know about an update to the Terms and Conditions on the McDonald’s mobile app.

Artemis let viewers know that part of the update said, “These include a binding arbitration provision, and a waiver of your right to a trial in court, including your right to a jury trial.”

He added that people agree to a “legally binding contract” when they click “Continue” on the app.

Source: TikTok/artemistalks

Artemis said he didn’t read the entire contract because it’s “really, really, really long.”

He also talked about the famous McDonald’s court case from 1994 when a woman won millions of dollars after she spilled hot coffee and burned herself.

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Artemis added, “So when I see this page, and it says I’m waiving my right to a trial in court, it makes me feel a bit weird, because McDonald’s is not known for its amazing policies and how they treat their customers.”

Something to think about…

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Here’s his video.


Anyone know what this means? 🧐 #artemistalks

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And here’s what people had to say about it.

One person said none of this will hold up in a court of law.

Source: TikTok/artemistalks

Another individual won’t go back there because they think they got ripped off.

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And this Reddit user had a pretty bad experience at Mickey D’s.

Source: TikTok/artemistalks

It really makes you think about going back, doesn’t it?