In a viral video TikTok user Joseph Rowan (@fakdpodcast) tells users why this deal isn’t as good as it seems.

One stand that’s been popping up in parking lots around the country offers 20 ribeye steaks for just $40.

The first reason that they’re suspect, he says, is the fact that they’re measuring their meat by unit rather than weight.

“Rule of thumb when buying meat: Never buy meat by units,” he states. Measuring by unit can be misleading. In this case, the ribeyes being offered are just 3.5 oz uncooked, which is a “very small” steak and not a “premium cut.”

“If you do the math, it’s about $9 a pound that you’re paying for this very, very subpar quality meat,” Rowan notes.

Additionally, Rowan explains that the salesperson at the stand is going to try to talk a buyer out of the deal and toward a sale on higher-quality—and more expensive—meats.

Local Cincinnati ABC affiliate WCPO attempted to buy these steaks to check their quality.

They report that their salesperson also attempted to upsell them, and when they received their ribeyes, they were thin and, according to one nearby shopper, resembled a “hamburger patty.”

In the comments section, many users offered their opinions on this too-good-to-be-true deal. “I aint buying meat in a parking lot anyway,” a user wrote.