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Do you have to put up a hundred dollars of your own money to start?

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  • You need a smart phone , a data package , a full tank of gas , you need a float of $60 for cash orders. Before you can start you have to buy the bags which are priced differently depending on where you live and pay $20 for a criminal record check. Your car insurance will go up and vehicle wear and tear is no joke.

  • Yes but make it back right after u delivered the food

  • Oui. mais ça est un temps perdu

  • Once you look up the insurance on it, you would not even consider it. Your general car insurance DOES NOT COVER skipthedishes couriers.

  • No, but you'll spend far more than that after. If you want to volunteer for something, go work at the food bank instead, at least you'll feel good about your time spent after you get home...

  • You only need to put out $75 (taxes included) for the bags. Once you make 25 deliveries, you get a $75 bonus, so ultimately your net outlay is $0. I earned my bonus in my second week of deliveries, and received the $75 in my account the following Wednesday. It was all automatic and hassle-free.

    The $60 float is, at all times, your own money. It’s to cover any cash orders, and you always get the cash back from the customer, plus the delivery fee and potential tip. Often the customer will tip more than the amount stated in the delivery details. The maximum a cash order will cost is $50, so you never need more than $60 in your float. At the end of the day, whatever is in your float over $60 is your pay for your cash deliveries.

  • Where I am from bags are $75.00 then they send you a email to where to pick them up then you are responsible for your own float they tell customers we don’t carry more then $60.00 on hand but from experience I do a$100.00 float ($40.00/$5 $40.00/$10 and $20.00 in change)

  • What a joke lol yes you have to pap almost $100 for bags as well as $65 float, so if you're looking for a job because you DONT HAVE MONEY like most people are this isn't going to work for you, or me.

  • Yes but they wont tell you this up from , you need a smart phone , you need a data package , you need a full tank of gas , you need a float of $60 but you will actually need more you will need to buy the bags which are priced differently depending on where you live , you need antivirus on your phone, bags are 75 plus tax in my city and you will have to give a total stranger with no physical address 100% of your id , also your car insurance will go up very high

  • Yes plus give complete strangers with no address all your id this company is a scam not sure why this is allowed to go on

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  1. Do you have to put up a hundred dollars of your own money to start?