FORT MYERS, Fla. -- A company known as Bunfire sold Mexican food out of several SWFL gas stations and convenience stores. The company offered $99 memberships for unlimited tacos and burritos but customers claim they never received their food.
"Everyone's like, 'oh my God, like, tacos for a year for 100 bucks, that's amazing,'" said customer Gene Vargo.
Turns out it was a deal too good to be true. A membership for unlimited tacos or burritos at a shop known as Bunfire. Only problem is Bunfire has closed all its locations and the owner is no where to be found.
It all began with a Facebook post that advertised memberships for $99. If you referred 3 friends you could receive unlimited food for life.
"It just really bugs me that somebody could start a business and have customers say, yea you know what that's a good deal," said Vargo.
Vargo's bank statements show he paid $99 in September. He said just a few weeks later and Bunfire closed all its locations and the owner stopped answering his phone.
Fox 4 tried reaching out to Bunfire hoping to find out what's going on. Unfortunately, we only received a voicemail.
Fox 4 tried stopping by several of the locations. The convenience store off Palm Beach Blvd said a man named Juan Pablo Quezada showed up offering to pay rent to open Bunfire but after a few months stopped paying rent and never came back.
Another location inside of a Marathon gas station claims Quezada owes the gas station one month's rent. "He don't pick up the phone and he no responds, nothing," said MD Ramon.
Vargo started a Facebook group with others who said they too are frustrated.
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More than anything he just wants to known if he'll ever hear from Quezada again. "I ended up buying one for myself and my girlfriend so I'm actually out like $200 but I really don't even care about the money it's like the principles behind it," said Vargo.