A pizza restaurant in Bluemont is warning potential customers against ordering their food online, as it said such offers are fraudulent.
Pupatella at 5104 Wilson Blvd posted on its Facebook account on Friday (January 27) that people should not order from them using online apps or websites, as “we do not have an online ordering system and all those apps and websites that say we do are fraud.”
The eatery has been listed as available for online orders on Menuocity, and was on Mealage, but that has since been removed.
The pizzeria has gained plaudits over the years for its Neapolitan pizza, including recognition as the best pizza in Virginia from FlipKey.com, a TripAdvisor company. It announced it would expand in 2016.
Owners at Pupatella did not respond to requests for further comment.
Dear customers, Please do not order our food online from any apps or websites, we do not have an online ordering system and all those apps and websites that say we do are fraud.
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