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VIRAL: Grab Food drivers share money to pay for pizza by a ‘no show’ customer

by | Feature, Food

Jun. 28, 19 | 10:49 am

A photo of Grab Food drivers enjoying a box of pizza went viral after the customer did not show up and pay for the food.
 
One of the drivers said that they decided to pool money to help their fellow driver who may lose his ‘capital’ after the customer’s non-appearance.
 
“Kasi yung kaibigan namin may nag-book ng dalawang 14-inch na pizza, na order nya na yung pizza, noong ide-deliver na nya hindi na ma-contact yung customer. Pagdating nya dun sa address, walang customer, no-appearance talaga,” Jann Gabad, one of the drivers told GMA News.
 
“Kung o-order kayo, sana makipag-usap din kayo ng maayos. Naaarawan kami, nauulanan, pumipila kami ng mahaba sana pakisamahan lang,” the driver said.
 
Grab said that those who cancel their orders once the driver place their orders will be automatically disabled from using the app.
 
Grab said that customers only have 5 minutes to cancel their orders after confirming it.

The driver can also go to the main office in Makati to reimburse the money from a no-show customer.

The post now has over 46,000 reactions, 4,000+ comments, and has since been shared over 29,000+ times.

Here’s netizen Jann Gabad’s viral post:

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