True but this is my side job I do instead of going gym, you get paid to do cardio, 1 hour a day is enough.Just learn a technical skill and work from the comfort of your own home and make much more.
You have figure out the peak times and be on standby you might be losing money and time you can spend on other things I have seen uber eats drivers parked near McDs late nights waiting for a call it's a full time gig.
At peak times you can make decent money and your choose when you want to work.
What do you guys think about it?
I have all three, Deliveroo isn’t as good as people think, probably the worst one in terms of pay. £4 for 3+mile trip. Only advantage Deliveroo has over others is less drivers so your always guaranteed a job. Also reason why ubereats is busy nowadays is cause they have introduced live photo ID checks, a lot of riders who are using other’s accounts have been suspended. Stuart application is pure luck, it can take a week or a year.Stuart and JustEat are growing fast but signing up for them takes alot longer than it does with UberEATS. Deliveroo are also good but it takes months and there is a waiting list even though they are looking to recruit more partners before Christmas.
I'd say join all if you want to make it a full time, in the meantime joining UberEATS is the quickest process out of the above.
However, it's time consuming. Gym only takes 45 mins and you can get on with your day.True but this is my side job I do instead of going gym, you get paid to do cardio, 1 hour a day is enough.
It's easy to do cardio when you know your getting paid per mile. I must of lost 10kg in 3 months doing this part time on my days off or after work. Plus an extra £1500 added to my full time job.