Favor Delivery Reviews
About Favor Delivery
Favor Delivery, found online at FlavorDelivery.com, is a delivery company that says they don’t limit their service to particular product or company, but will delivery anything their customers need.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, Favor Delivery gives people a way to get convenient delivery for really anything they need: tacos, groceries, dry cleaning, and much more. Their website says that they like to think of themselves as more of a personal assistant service than a traditional delivery service.
After you go to FavorDelivery.com and place an order, you will be assigned your own personal delivery assistant called Runners. You will then be able to text or call your Runner directly with any changes that need to be made, so that your delivery is perfect every time.
People who are interested in becoming Favor Runners will need to have an iPhone or Android smartphone, will need to have reliable transportation and a clean background check, and must be 18 years or older. Their website says that their drivers get to make their own schedule, will receive 100% of all tips given, and most Runners earn an average of between $10 and $18 per hour. Runners can even earn cash bonuses by referring their friends to become Runners.
At this time, Favor Delivery is only available in metropolitan areas in the state of Texas, but their website says that they may be expanding soon.
The main delivery fee that customers are charged for using this service will be based on your city of residence – the website seems to show that the majority of the cities they service operate on a $6 minimum fee. You will then be charged a processing between 5% and 9% for the cost of the items they pay on your behalf. Finally, the website says that they always suggest a minimum $2 tip, 100% of which goes directly to your Runner.
This website does not provide their customers with cash refunds for any reason. Instead, their website says that if a customer has a problem with a delivery, they should contact their Customer Service team for assistance and, depending on your specific circumstances, their team may provide you with Favor credits.
Credits have no cash value but they can be redeemed for future Favor orders that are made within the next calendar year. Customers who have questions regarding questions should call Customer Service by phone.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 855-623-3287 or by email at [email protected]
This company gets reviews for both their delivery service and their money earning opportunity. As a delivery service, it seems as though they are well-liked – their app is positively rated on both iTunes and Google Play.
As a money earning opportunity, this service also appears to be well-liked and recommended to others by people who have been a Favor Delivery Runner. That being said, people are very clear that this is a great opportunity for additional monthly income, not as your regular income source.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many different delivery services available to people depending on what city you live, so customers who feel like this service doesn’t meet their needs for any reason should look for alternatives that are available in their local area.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Favor Delivery reviews below.
1 ‘Favor Delivery’ Review
I used to be a Favor fan, but not anymore. After several occurrences of receiving cold food I contacted customer service. In their ad they show a delivery person, a Runner, with a heated bag delivering food. Only a few of my runners have ever used a heated bag and most do NOT. Customer Service said it’s up to the runner to use the heated bag so if the food arrives cold, only tip them $2.00. What? So, I can spend $50 on food and if it shows up cold, my recourse is to tip less and use my microwave? They also told me that the runners can pick and choose the orders they want to take. There is no mandated pecking order so at times when it takes 90 minutes to get food during a non-busy time, it’s simply because the runners have all the control. They just may not want to go to your restaurant or deliver to you if you live in an apartment and they may have to walk a bit more. This service is a joke. They are more expensive than Uber Eats and DoorDash and are arrogant. I will never use them again...neither should you.