General Mills says ‘likes’ and downloading coupons voids consumer’s right to sue
The company revised its legal terms to require anyone that has received anything that could be construed as a “benefit” and then has dispute with the company over a product must use informal negotiation via email or go through arbitration to seek relief.
The company defines the benefits as “discounts, content, features, services, or other offerings that you receive or have access to by using our websites, joining our sites as a member, joining our online community, subscribing to our email newsletters, downloading or printing a digital coupon, entering a sweepstakes or contest, redeeming a promotional offer, or otherwise participating in any other General Mills offering, you are agreeing to these terms. ”
Read more: New York Times