Thinking of becoming a Doordasher?
Learn what it's like to work for Doordash a nation-wide food delivery service. Get tips on the application process, and an overview of the benefits that Doordashers receive. Hear firsthand what the Jobcase community is saying about the deliver service work and share your experiences, too!
... honestly I hate the fact that while working for doordash, the customers would choose to have the driver had the customer their order then they were able to report that their food was not dropped off since we didn't have the option to take a picture thru the app showing the drop of order. Us driver's had to jump through hoops to prove we are safe and honest and reliable but a customer can report their food not delivered so they can get another free meal from the restaurant and get their money back from doordash. Or doordash can just deactivate a top dasher's account for no reason at all, not giving a specific reason for the deactivation and when sticking to their deactivation they state their reason for the deactivation was for a completely different reason saying there was a contract violation when their wasn't. (Keep in mind I had a rating of 4.99 stars and a screenshot proving zero contract violations and my rating and proof of me being a top dasher but all that proof came up missing because doordash goes through your pictures and deletes anything they want)
I love me some doordash having the flexibility to work when I want and how long can never get old, I have been able to travel to so many cities and taking my dashing experience with me. Meeting people all over and greeting their meal with a smile does it for me everytime. Dashing for life....Pam
Bottom line is that it boils down to a minimum Wage part time job that puts a lot of miles on yoir car. Young amd hard working folks that can work nights can do better than older folks. Finding addresses after dark can be very challenging, particularly big apartments and dingy neighborhoods.
To be told if customer has dogs
- Achieve short and long-term financial goals by earning extra $$
- Choose your own hours
- Deliver near your home or in a far away city you're just visiting
- Begin work IMMEDIATELY after approval
- Know exactly how much you'll earn before accepting an order
Requirements to become a DoorDash driver
- 18 years or older
- Any car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)
- Driver's license number
- Social security number
- Final Step: consent to a background check
Have you ever worked for DoorDash? What did you think?