$6.5 million bill for jelly fruit delivery service – CBC News

This is the second bill in the past week from a Canadian company that charges customers to have fruit delivered to their home, a service that can be found on the popular website Etsy.

The bill for a service billed as a “delivery service” from the online retailing site is $5,000.

“The company’s owner is also a former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which has been investigating complaints about online delivery service ‘Jelly Fruit’ since September 2016,” CBC News reported.

A spokeswoman for Etsy said the company is not connected to the Royal Canadians Mounted police.

“We don’t share information with any government agencies or the RCMP,” she said in a statement.

“This type of action is a violation of our terms of service.”

Etsy’s owner, an American company called Etsy Delivers, also charges people to deliver the products to their homes, with the company saying it has no links to the RCMP.

“You can’t expect us to do anything we don’t want to do.

But if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us,” the company said in an emailed statement.