Uber Eats courier accused by colleagues of stealing orders using multiple phones and hacking software

Uber Eats courier accused by colleagues of stealing orders using multiple phones and hacking software

An Uber Eats delivery man has been accused of stealing jobs from colleagues by using multiple phones and hacking a GPS system. 

The unnamed driver who frequents the McDonald’s in Strood, Kent, has come to the attention of his colleagues after getting four times more work than them and earning twice as much. 

Colleagues have since raised concerns on the forum uberpeople.net which offers workers associated with Uber advice.

One person wrote: “He [the delivery driver] collects one and as soon as he arrives from a delivery goes straight to the counter and collects another.

“Quite a few people are mad with him but he acts like someone who is shameless beyond doubt.” He added: “Other riders just sit and watch him in and out all day long in despair.”

It is thought that the delivery driver may be using multiple phones on separate accounts to cheat the system and could be hacking into the company’s GPS system.

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