Some users of Instacart grocery delivery service are reported engage shoppers with big tips before changing the amount to zero. Customer is looking for someone to take an order in between is using a large sum of money to entice Instacart employees, but then goes into the app and modifies post-delivery tips, according to CNN's Thursday report.
While the report cites a number of workers with reductions of up to $ 55, an Instacart representative said these cases were rare. In March, customers increased tips or did not adjust after delivery with 99.5% of orders, according to the representative. They added a 30% increase in customer advice.
Instacart says reducing tips to $ 0 becomes more difficult by eliminating the "no" option when customers choose the tip amount, forcing them to change the amount themselves to $ 0 if they choose. The company says this makes customers less likely to get rid of the tips.
Before Instacart shoppers accept orders or orders from different customers, they can …