‘Fake pizzas’ from Domino’s, Little Caesar and other chains are sold in Mexico City

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Have you ever seen a delivery man outside a shopping center or a very crowded place selling a Domino’s pizza on a super offer?

Have you ever seen a delivery man outside a shopping center or a very crowded place selling a Domino’s pizza on a super offer? Probably not an original chain food. 

TikTok user who is dedicated to uploading videos recounting scam experiences comments that when the apparent delivery men of one of the most famous pizza franchises sell food in a crowded place under the excuse that they left the order, they are usually not original pizza. 

According to the information exposed by CABALLERO GuuS, they are not even chain distributors, they are people who dress up as workers to be able to sell food, which also turns out to be nothing more than dough.


In this context, sellers would not only be selling a product under the name of a brand without their authorization but also deceive consumers by making them believe that they belong to said franchises. 

Although in the comments of the video, there are users who express that they really do taste like a pizza from these restaurants, others say that they are indeed nothing alike and that it really is a scam

@caballeroguus estafa de las pizzas que se le quedaron #pizzas #estafa #estadio #colonias #cdmx #amlo #morena ♬ sonido original – CABALLERO GuuS

The Mexico City Post