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  • Ordered food from Deliveroo. Driver claimed he delivered and stole my food. When I called they claimed he now said his car broke down and he didn’t deliver. I asked for my tip to be returned and told ‘no consider it a donation’.
    I spent over 2 weeks chasing money from when my food was never delivered. These delivery service providers really try to give the run-around. I exchanged something like 40 emails and made a few phone calls before finally getting $60 of the $98 I was owed. I continued trying to pursue the remaining amount, which ended with $10 in credits. Finally the restaurant got back to me after dodging... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Tips Being Stolen From Drivers Through DoorDash and
    They could be off but still use the DD tablet for third party orders. This is what DD used to call a Drive order. In addition to, some merchants have their own website and use DD that way. In these cases they have to input the driver tip. Some dasher who worked at a store showed us the screen on the doordash_driver subreddit. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • what's your preferred food delivery service? (doordash, uber eats, grubhub)
    If you have Amazon Prime you can get grubhub (aka seamless) for free for a year. My favorite used to be which had very few service fees unlike the others. These days I just go with the one that has an active promotion OR even better just call the restaurant and order direct. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • Laundry & Dry Cleaning App
    Yes, and Rinse are all gig economy. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • YSK the truth about the deal between Amazon prime and Grubhub+
    If is in your area, restaurants on that app use their own delivery drivers. - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • I Plan to buy my Volvo lease and selling it to the highest bidder (NY)
    Hi all - I live in NY state and looking to get out of my lease with Volvo. There is definitely value with my payoff being 31K and offers from Vroom, carvana,, coming in well higher. is the leader at 37K which is 1K over car gurus (which I think is more of a listing service). - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • How do I make ends meet on just $15/hr with 50-60 hours in a pay period?
    There are tons of gig apps that allow you to set your own work schedule. Shipt, Door Dash, Uber Eats,, etc. - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
  • How can I do laundry without bankrupting myself
    It's hard to know the price until you know how much weight it is. The wash and fold my wife sends to from is $1/lb. 20 lbs is a lot of clothes. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Any laundry delivery services that pick up and drop off to an apartment in East Queens? (look at the laundry section.). - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Any laundry delivery services that pick up and drop off to an apartment in East Queens?
    Your post Anyone done laundry pickup via From 2 hours ago recommends and Bubbly. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • it's all doordash
    "Hey, I'm here to pick up an order for" "Who.what?" "Uhm," "You have a delivery for who?" "No. I am here to PICK UP a delivery." "Oh you doordash." "No, no.. I'm with" "We only do door dash." "Uh no... I was just here two hours ago." "Eric, some guy is here for a delivery." - and walks away. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • What is the best food delivery service in town?
    I have also had many frustrating experiences lately, but overall, DoorDash has been the least bad. Both BtownMenus and have taken my order only to bail on it later, like what you're going through right now. DoorDash is also always the fastest. I just wish they had some of my favorite restaurants, that's the only reason I still try other services as I'm inevitably disappointed. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Is grocery delivery to your door in a high rise a thing?
    NetCost is pretty good, also has a Groceries section. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • What’s the best delivery gig app?
    I've done: Postmates, DD, Shipt, and instacart. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • PSA: is the worst
    Been doing for a month. You get 74% of the delivery fee + tips. The restaurants all seem to have orders between $25-75. The tips absolutely suck ass. I feel like doesn't even encourage tips. First three days, 5 hours per day... I made $87 TOTAL. Most shifts I average about $60 for four hours... And spend about $10-$15 in gas. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • no delivery Baked!
    They deliver don’t they? Why would you need “” ….. also, you should use a credit card. Then you can use your credit card as a middle man, dispute it with the credit card company and they will look into it and probably refund your money. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Looking for Wash and Fold Recommendations
    Thanks, but this doesn't quite help! I did look at old posts, but most of them post aggregator links like you mention in I'm looking for recommendations of places actual people in the area use, and to hear about their experiences with them. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Looking for Wash and Fold Recommendations
    Wash and Fold in the Village from 10 days ago recommends and New Spring Cleaners. Good Laundromats in (Lower) Manhattan from 22 days before that recommends Brooklyn Sudz, brown bag laundry and one other. Wash and fold laundry delivery/door service recs near Ridgewood? From 4 days before that recommends Bubbly. Pick up and delivery laundry service in Harlem from 2 months before that recommends... - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Delivery Service Integration
    As an MSP for a LOT of these local restaurants, the issue isn't that they don't want to integrate or offer it, it's that they charge a TON of money. So food service is already low profit margin, and I've heard some tell me doordash/favor/uber eats/sic em delivery (Now, want something like 10% or more of the sale. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • U.S. Labor Secretary throws his support behind classifying gig workers as employees
    Feel like sharing your contract with It would be the first I have ever seen that doesnt have stipulations about getting deactivated/blocked from the platform. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Uber, Lyft, DoorDash stocks fall sharply after U.S. Labor secretary says gig workers should be classified as employees
    That's why you go flat rate like Five bucks per delivery. Tip whatever. Done and done. Nothing left to worry about. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago

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