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Working as an independent contractor for Amazon Flex has many perks; flexibility, decent pay, and a relatively painless application process. However, when issues arrive with your deliveries, dealing with Amazon's Customer Support can be incredibly frustrating. Below we are outlining the top ways to quickly in in touch with Amazon Flex Support, regardless of your situation.
There are two direct Amazon Flex support phone numbers: (877) 212-6150 and (888) 281-6901. We recommend having one or both of these stored in your phone’s contacts. This will make calling in an emergency quicker and easier.
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In partnership with Visa, Uber has just announced that they will be giving away “Grants for Growth” to merchants in need. This $1 million grant relief program will focus on restaurant recovery and entrepreneurship initiatives during this tough time.
In order to be eligible, Merchants must have been active on the Uber Eats platform since January 1, 2022 and must be located in one of the following cities; Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, DC, Miami, Detroit, the NYC metro/New Jersey area, the San Francisco Bay Area, Philadelphia, and Boston.
According to Uber, “Grant recipients will be selected through a competitive search …read more
In light of the recent severe tornadoes in Kentucky and Tennessee, Lyft has activated their LyftUp Disaster Response program. LyftUp is a Disaster Response program that Lyft first introduced in 2017. LyftUp provides access to free and discounted rides for those who need it most.
Through LyftUp, Lyft partners with leading nonprofits to help provide free and discounted rides to riders who lack affordable, reliable transportation. Some of LyftUp’s main initiatives include helping voters get to the polls, helping low-income households get access to nutritious foods, getting people to work, and helping after natural disasters.
Currently, Lyft users in Kentucky …read more
I have been an Uber and Lyft driver for about four years, I have seen the Good, the Bad and the Ugly during that time period. After years of abusing its drivers by massive fare cuts, Penny Surge replacing the multiplier, disappearing quests, boost zones and CRBs (Consecutive Ride Bonus), Uber finally looked like it was relenting to a California law called AB5 with some major positive changes for its California drivers! I have written extensively in the past about AB5 which would have converted every Uber driver from IC (Independent Contractor) to an employee as of January 1, 2020 …read more
As an all-inclusive rideshare and taxi information source, we are determined to help travelers with every aspect of using a for-hire car service. Through our newsroom and forum, our dedicated RideGuru's have been busy answering the communities questions on everything from traveling with kids to rideshare driver's pay. To continue our journey on helping the public understand all there is to know about this ever-evolving marketplace we decided to bring on some new Guru's to our team or experts!
We are excited to announce that our first official niche Guru is Jared Hoffa, a Business Development Manager for LegalRideshare. …read more