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The chipsotle restaurant chain has become a target for critics after it failed to offer a full refund for customers who bought its signature burritos.
The New Mexico company’s website says customers can take advantage of a free 30-day trial of a new Chipotle burrito that is being rolled out across the U.S. The company also offers free burrito pickup in the U-Haul store.
The service is being offered through Oct. 1.
But some customers have been complaining that the service has not been available for several days and that they have not been able to order from the Chipotle Web site, which they say is a non-functioning site.
Chipotle says the service is available to anyone who is signed up for a Chipotle subscription and has a valid email address.
The company says that it has received a total of 749,972 valid returns for customers, but it has not said how many returned items are being returned.
The return rate is less than 50 per cent.
The chipotle website says that while the trial will be available through Oct 1, customers are not eligible for any other discounts and will not receive any special or additional benefits.
It adds that Chipotle’s trial is not for everyone.
It says that people with certain medical conditions, chronic illnesses, and/or chronic pain are not entitled to Chipotle vouchers or any other special offers.
It also says that all orders are subject to a $1.25 processing fee.
The U-haul company says the return policy will apply to orders shipped to or picked up at the customer’s residence and that Chipotles burritoes will not be delivered to customers in other locations.
Chipotles website says the free trial is only available to customers who have signed up with Chipotle and are in their 30-plus day trial.
The Chipotle website also says customers with an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account will receive the free burrito pickup service, but customers with no Amazon Web Service account will not.
The Seattle-based company has been trying to get the Uhaul pickup service available to its customers since April, when it rolled out the free delivery service.
It says it has been working with the UHaul company since then, but that it is still not able to provide customers with a full return, which would require a $10 charge for the delivery service itself.