McDonald's charge me twice and when I asked them at the time they refuse to refund me. Can I sue them because who over charg
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I agree with the prior answers just challenge the extra charge with your bank.
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"Surrey b c" is in another country (Canada). US laws do not apply to Canada.
If you used a credit card, you can dispute the erroneous charge with your card issuer. If you dispute within the dispute period, the card issuer very likely will reverse the charge for you. The dispute period often is 2 statement months or less.
Driving over a hundred miles (between Bellingham and Surrey b c) to sue over a bill for fast food likely is overkill. If you really want to sue, you will have to learn what the laws and procedures are in Surrey b c.
Have you tried simply calling the credit card company and challenging the charge?
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