Support company Safetynet is suing hamburger chain McDonald's Restaurants over unpaid charges. Safetynet's writ alleges that it agreed a support contract with McDonald's worth u23,520 plus VAT a year for three years, and that an invoice delivered last year for u30,399.60 was not paid.
According to Safetynet, McDonald's offered u12,500 as full and final settlement, but the Bracknell-based support company rejected the money. Perhaps Safetynet wants fries with that u12,500.
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