- Report: #751944
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Complaint Review: 7- 11 seven-eleven
7- 11 seven-elevenpark victoria milpitas milpitas, California United States of America
7- 11 seven-eleven seven-eleven false adverstisement of free slurpee on July 11 7-11-2011 milpitas, California
*Consumer Comment: 7-11
*Consumer Comment: I used
*Consumer Comment: Can't believe this stupid report is
*Consumer Comment: Troll
*Consumer Comment: Mr. Rik
*Consumer Comment: Rik
*Consumer Comment: Yeah
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: I had charges brought up against this gas thief
*Consumer Comment: Hat n Glasses
*Consumer Comment: I had 1 of those drive offs when I worked at the 1 in Fl
*Consumer Comment: To The Ex-Employee
*Consumer Comment: It's true they have cameras
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: There are cameras in the store
*Consumer Comment: Yeah but
*Consumer Comment: Not a good solution Mr. rik
*Consumer Comment: Solution
*Consumer Comment: Is This The Ad You Were Talking About.
*Consumer Comment: Promotion
*Consumer Comment: I went to the web msight
*General Comment: STFU
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Today is 7-12 and 7-eleven took the ad off their website is a clear indication that they don't want me to take a snap shot of their ad and post it here. No where on their ad they stated limited cups of free slurpee or for only the first 50 customers. Bewared off this in the future and don't bother going there.
I took my 3 kids there and there was a sign at the front door they ran out of cups and I was told that they only have a limited number of free cups. No where on there advertisement that say anything like that. Then the attendant at the store told me it was like free for only the 1st 50 customers. 7-11 lured many people and their children to 7-eleven and ended up having to paid for the slurpee for their kids so they won't be disappointed. Others had purchased other stuff from 7-eleven to make the trip not a wasted one. This is clearly an adverstisement for 7-eleven to boost their business by luring people their with their kids. What do you do when you get there & your kids are already thinking they are getting a free slurpy. Many parents purchased one for their kids plus other snacks. This is one of the worst scams I encountered . Tricking kids is the worst thing that adults can do. Boyscott all 7-eleven and send a message to them that they cannot do this to children or adults..............................
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