Uber Eats India
- Delivery of Spoilt Food Open
On *th of January ****, I had ordered chapathi's from the (Kalam Hot KItchen) Restaurant at Tambaram via Uber eats App, the total bill amount was Rs.***. The same got discounted to Rs.** after availing an offer. The order was delivered and sambar given by the Restaurant which got expired and stale. The issue was raised Customer executive one Mr.Kushaldeep (Uber Eats) and demanded for a refund of the said order because it's highly impossible to eat which will lead to several ailments. The customer executive was highly reluctant and not even addressed my grievances . The Uber Eats food delivering company is Vicariously Liable for the Spoilt food delivered, Hence he is liable to pay compensation towards the same and owe me an unconditional apology towards the overt act.
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"Bajaj Finserv refunded my amount. Voxya, thank you for your support."
On **th afternoon they delivered me a different item of *** rs unlike what i ordrred. i called them but they refused to help. ...
Jan 15, 2020 by Ankur Khurana
Uber Eats India - Refund Closed
I not even said to cancel the order but they did and they deduct amount for that I am asking they talking badly and telling s you have to pay and delivery boy not even Text or call when they reach then how customer can know whether he reach or ...
Jan 10, 2020 by Iniya
I ordered food from MacD on **th Dec using Uber eats app. Restaurant cancelled my order. When I tried to speak with uber eats help they sent me below email: ...
Dec 28, 2019 by Amol Dashwant
I ordered ** inch pizza with regular crust and extra cheese. But delivered pizza was just * inch and there was no crust and extra cheese and quality of pizza was also worst....
Dec 14, 2019 by Mohammed afzal
I have ordered food from uber eats and when i click on place order the double money got deducted from my debit card and no single order placed Order section is showing blank Please refund my money...
Dec 07, 2019 by lakshay ahuja