At Dlivrd, we are proud to provide people with flexible work opportunities that allow them to be their own boss, make meaningful money, and explore their community. As someone who delivers using the Dlivrd platform (a “Driver”), you will regularly interact with merchants and consumers to make great deliveries happen every day.
Because we value our business relationship with you, we want to be clear, upfront, and transparent about the kinds of activities that can lead to your account being deactivated from the Dlivrd Platform and how the process of account deactivation works. Below, you can find our deactivation policy and related process. If you have additional questions about Dlivrd, please email email@example.com
YOUR RATINGS ON DLIVRD
Restaurants who place an order through Dlivrd are asked to rate each delivery on a scale of one to five stars. Ratings are critical to the success of the Dlivrd platform because they allow Restaurants to help ensure that the deliveries completed through the platform are high in quality. Drivers that are consistently late, deliver orders with missing items, or behave unprofessionally, typically receive lower ratings.
How it affects you:
To continue using the Dlivrd platform, you must maintain a certain Rating. The Rating threshold(s) is a rating of at or above 4.2 and a response rate of 80%. However, as a courtesy we may let you know if your rating starts falling near the threshold level. If your rating falls below the threshold, your account may be deactivated.
ACCEPTING AND CANCELING ORDERS
The Acceptance Rate is the percent of times a Driver accepts a delivery that is offered to him or her through the app. Before a Driver decides whether to accept a delivery, the Driver app provides a number of key facts about the order including the name of the restaurant, the destination of the delivery and projected earnings for the order.
As independent contractors, Drivers have the right to decline any delivery opportunity offered to them; however, by accepting an order for delivery they are agreeing to complete that delivery. The Completion Rate is the percent of deliveries that a Driver completes of those that they accepted.
How it affects you:
While by accepting an order for delivery you are agreeing to complete the delivery, we recognize that unforeseen circumstances may arise when you’re on a delivery, so you have the right to occasionally not complete deliveries after you accept them, as long as you do so before you pick up the items to be delivered. To continue using the Dlivrd platform, however, you must maintain a certain Completion Rate of 80%. However, as a courtesy we may let you know if your Completion Rate starts falling near the threshold level. If your Completion Rate falls below the threshold, your account may be deactivated.
KEEPING THE PLATFORM SAFE AND SECURE
At Dlivrd, the safety of Drivers, restaurants and consumers that use the Dlivrd platform is paramount. We want to make sure you feel safe when performing deliveries, that merchants feel comfortable working with Drivers, and that consumers never need to be concerned.
Creating an unsafe environment for anyone on the platform is grounds for immediate deactivation. These behaviors include, but are not limited to:
● Violence or inappropriate behavior, including abusive language – Exhibiting objectively unsafe behavior, including physical or verbal assault of a consumer, restaurant, another Driver, or any other person.
● Use of alcohol and drugs – Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
● Discrimination or harassment – Dlivrd is committed to providing a platform free from discrimination and harassment and therefore prohibits discrimination and harassment by or directed at Drivers, merchants, customers or Dlivrd employees because of race, color, sex, gender, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, age, profession or any basis protected by federal, state or local law.
● Unsafe driving – Exhibiting objectively unsafe conduct during transportation, including texting and driving, not pulling over before examining or accepting a delivery, and failing to be conscientious while using navigation apps. Dlivrd evaluates Drivers involved in accidents for potential deactivation, depending on all relevant facts and circumstances.
● Failure to comply with the law or use of the platform for any criminal activity – Violating any local, state or federal law while using the Dlivrd platform, including any applicable criminal or traffic laws. This includes but is not limited to theft of the goods meant to be delivered, damage to or theft of any third party property, use of the platform to engage in or assist with any potentially criminal activity.
● Failure to pass a background check – Failing to meet Dlivrd’s background check criteria is grounds for being denied access to the Dlivrd platform or account deactivation if you have already accessed the platform.
● Disclosing personal information without authorization – Our community values personal privacy. Personal information may be used only for purposes of completing a delivery and may not be posted online or otherwise shared with any third party, except as may be legally required.
ABUSING THE PLATFORM
Much of the Dlivrd platform rests on minimum business standards of integrity and fair dealing. We trust Drivers to use the app honestly and with integrity. Accounts of Drivers that abuse our services or engage in fraud, or accounts of Drivers that cause others to do the same, will be deactivated. Examples of abuse and fraud include, but are not limited to:
- Manipulating the referrals system or promotions – Gaming or manipulating the consumer referral program, the Driver referral program, Driver pay promotions or other similar types of programs.
- Providing information that is fraudulent or inaccurate – Misrepresenting information during signup, giving false information to the support team during deliveries, creating multiple accounts for the same individual, using the same phone number as an account already in use, or failing to accurately identify the mode of transportation being used to perform deliveries.
- Tampering with deliveries or failing to maintain standards of food safety – Opening, using, consuming, or tampering with a delivery or customer order; failing to use an insulated hot bag to safely transport deliveries.
- Disrupting the Dlivrd platform. Taking any action, either directly or indirectly, that is intended to or does damage, disable, interrupt, overburden, or impair the functionality of the Dlivrd platform or the servers or networks connected to the Dlivrd Platform;
- Scraping. Using any robot, spider, web crawler, extraction software, automated process and/or device to scrape, copy, index, frame, monitor, conduct any systematic retrieval of data or other content from any portion of Dlivrd platform or its content.
- Unauthorized Access. Gaining or attempting to gain unauthorized access to the Dlivrd platform and/or to any account, resource, computer system, and/or network connected to any Dlivrd server. This includes any breach or circumvention of any security or authentication measures Dlivrd may use to prevent or restrict access to the Dlivrd platform.
- Third party rights. Using Dlivrd in any way that infringes third party rights, including copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks, or other rights of any third party, including privacy or publicity rights.
VIOLATING THE TERMS OF YOUR CONTRACT
Violation of any of the terms of the Independent Contractor Agreement that you agreed to in order to create an account on the Dlivrd platform will serve as a valid basis for deactivation from the platform.
This includes but is not limited to:
● Marking a delivery complete when you did not complete it – Completion of a delivery is made by providing the goods directly to the customer. If the customer is not available, you agree that the delivery will be considered complete only if you both (i) make reasonable efforts to contact the customer and wait a reasonable time for the customer to accept the delivery, and (ii) either leave the goods at the customer location or return the goods if a return is required for a given delivery (required returns will have been made clear before acceptance of the delivery). Under no circumstances may Drivers take the goods that they agreed to deliver.
● Failing to Make Timely or Safe Deliveries: You agree to retrieve the orders from restaurants on time and safely, ensure the order was accurately filled, and complete delivery of the orders to consumers in a safe and timely fashion. Similarly, if you have also agreed to perform an additional tasks in connection with an order, you agree to complete that additional task in the same safe, timely and professional manner. Failure to do so could result in deactivation of your account.
You will be provided instructions for how to appeal if your account is deactivated. This review process will apply to deactivations from the Dlivrd platform that were based on violations of the Independent Contractor Agreement or Deactivation Policy, such as abuse, fraud, or violating the safety of the platform. This review process will not apply to deactivations that were based on objective metrics such as minimum Completion Rate thresholds.