Five guys delivery is a fast-growing delivery service in the US, offering a discount to customers.
However, if you’ve already signed up for it, the service could soon be shutting down.
A few weeks ago, Five Guys posted a video on Facebook, showing a delivery truck carrying groceries.
It had a few people waiting outside the window, but then it changed direction and started driving back towards the entrance of a Walmart in San Jose, California.
The delivery was free.
But in a few weeks, it would be free again.
This is the second time that Five Guys has shut down, and this time it appears to be a result of competition from Amazon.
In December, it shut down for a week after a group of shoppers complained that their delivery was being delivered by Amazon.
Five Guys said it had no plans to do it again, but it seems that this time the move is in response to a competitor, Grocery Delivery, who has been offering a cheaper service to Walmart shoppers.
Amazon, which recently started a new $100 million investment in the business, has offered to offer a $10 discount to anyone who uses its Grocery App, which is available on the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
It is unclear how many people are using Five Guys.
The service was originally launched in 2011 and is now available in over 40 US cities.
It’s now available at Walmart stores in some states, but not in others.
“The decision to shut down Five Guys delivery service comes after we received numerous complaints about the service and the service’s performance,” Five Guys wrote on its Facebook page.
“We have reviewed our options, and while we are currently in the process of evaluating the impact of these new competitors, we have decided to take this action in response.”
The news was met with a lot of negative feedback, with many saying the service was a waste of time, and that they were going to boycott it.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Five Brothers has since been offered an undisclosed amount of money by Walmart to stay open, but that offer has been declined.