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Forum THE LOUNGE What is Uber eats?

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    • Plumped Cuddly Bunnies
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        I know its a food delivery thing which sounds like something I could really use because with the cost of energy and the increase cost of food, its probably easier and cheaper just to order meals or at least evening meals. I have never felt comfortable paying online using my card and also if the driver could not find my address then I lose out so I’d rather pay when I get the food at the door. I don’t use apps and I can’t stand smart phones. I use a desktop computer for online things.

        How does Uber eats work exactly?


      • LBJ10
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          I’m not sure, but I believe it is similar to DoorDash. You use the app to order food. You pay through the app. If your order isn’t delivered, then you can file a claim. I can’t remember, but I think there is an option to say you want to pay cash on delivery.


        • Wick & Fable
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            Uber Eats hires drivers to go pick up your food order and deliver it to your home (instead of the restaurant themselves sending their own driver). If the driver cannot find your home, you will be provided with contact information for them so you can call. All Uber drivers will have tracking on their vehicle/phone, so you can see in real-time (with a slight delay) where they are on their way to you. If for any reason there is something wrong with your order, it never arrives, etc., there will be options through the website to request a refund for your food and such.

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          • DanaNM
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              I think you would need to use the Uber app from a smart phone, but it might work from their website. They store your credit card info in the app and you would pay when you made the order.

              There are always fees associated with these delivery apps in addition to tipping the driver (and some restaurants even have higher prices on their menus for delivery), so it usually ends up being a good amount more expensive than getting takeout from somewhere or food from a place that does free delivery.

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