General Mills’ new policy: if you engage with us online, you can never sue the company. The Consumerist reports:
In new language recently added to General Mills’ website, consumers who interact with the company online will be agreeing to give up the right to sue the company in the future.
Basically, if you download coupons, enter a General Mills sweepstakes or interact with it at all, you can’t sue –not if you get a chunk of glass in your bowl of Wheaties and not if you think a product has misleading labeling. –Read the full Consumerist report.
Do you like any of General Mills’ Facebook Pages? Cheerios? Or maybe Haagen-Dazs? Or maybe one of over 50 brands under General Mills. How do you check to see if you are part of them all? Manually search for each Page? Crazy.
Here’s a list of 15 General Mills Facebook Pages, see which Pages you currently like. If there is a checkmark inside any of these boxes, it means you follow the Page.
I’m not telling you what to do. Make a careful decision on where you stand. If you see any of your friends on the list below, feel free to share this blog post with them.
If there are any more General Mills Facebook Pages, let me know in the comments. Please share this on Facebook.