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The Dark Side of the Gig Economy

An open letter to Uber Eats

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I am a Uber Eats driver. From now on, all deliveries are NO-CONTACT. I don’t care if it requires a PIN number, I don’t care if it says “Meet me at the door.” Everything will be delivered as a “No Contact” delivery. Because what happened to me should never happen to anyone.

If you are familiar with Uber Eats, it is a food delivery service. Lately, some…




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