DoorDash Driver Alleges Customer for Lying, Loses Job for Releasing Video Online

 

 

A driver employed DoorDash was fired for ‘inappropriate behavior’ after a video went viral on Reddit. The video showcased her confrontation with a customer, wherein she is seen accusing the customer for lying.

Reports from Daily Dot say that the video was regarding an incident took place at a CVS Pharmacy in Garner, North Carolina. The driver claimed that a pharmacy manager had reported to the company that the food se had ordered had not been received. The driver alleged that she had personally delivered the order. The confrontation with the CVS was captured on the camera of her phone.

The video has captured the conversation, or rather the argument between the two of them.

“Excuse me — I was just wondering why you said that your food never got delivered when I handed it to you,” the driver said to the CVS worker when the worker was serving a customer. “That’s fraud, and now I might get charged for it.”

The CVS worker claimed that she had not complained, but the driver flashed her phone showing the app. The police officer who was the worker’s customer, walked away.

The CVS worker questioned the driver, “Why did you even have the nerve to come in my job, talking to me when I was with another customer?” The DoorDash driver responded, “Because you have the nerve to report your food as never been received, so I can get in trouble and have to pay for it, and lose my job.

The CVS manager warned the driver that she would call the police, and this was when the driver left the pharmacy.

This video the driver posted on Reddit, and it went viral. This was the reason she lost her job.

TooFab reported a DoorDash spokesperson’s statement on the video, “We take the safety of our community extremely seriously, and such inappropriate behavior is never tolerated on the DoorDash platform.”

Source Yahoo

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