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DasherDirect is a prepaid debit and mobile banking app for US-based Dashers, powered by Payfare. It provides Dashers with no-fee daily payouts, access to convenient banking functionality, and cash-back on gas.



Here’s how it works:


No-fee daily deposits: Your earnings payouts are processed automatically—and without a fee—once each day, via the DasherDirect app and Visa prepaid card.


Access to banking: Core mobile banking functionality is available, alongside other financial benefits like bill payments, money transfers, deposits, ATM withdrawals, and more.


Cash-back rewards: DasherDirect unlocks 2% cash-back on all gas purchases at any station, anytime.


The DasherDirect Business Prepaid Visa Card is issued by Stride Bank, N.A., member FDIC, pursuant to a license by Visa U.S.A. Inc. Subject to eligibility; use of the card is governed by the DasherDirect Cardholder Agreement and Payfare Program Terms. Reward categories and amounts subject to change without notice. No-fee transfers and no-fee and low-fee ATM withdrawals available.

Version 1.6.1

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

13.5K Ratings

Fan girl Dasher here 😉

As a driver, it has been a cool experience so far. I really like the contact-free option that a lot of people choose. The only downside for me was the inconvenience of receiving my deposits when I first started. To make things easy I applied for the dasher direct card which allows me to receive daily deposits…although it does pay me daily on the days I deliver, it doesn’t come until about 10-12 hours after midnight. I do really enjoy that I can use the card at many retailers. The only issue I have had with using the card has been to fuel up which has been very inconvenient at times when I’ve wanted to keep dashing but the card wasn’t accepted for fuel purchases, even as a debit. Overall the customers have been really great! Doordash support is always quick and extremely helpful in EVERY situation. They have helped me keep my cool during stressful situations with app malfunctions, restaurant mistakes, etc. Gene (from engineering) really made me feel like my input mattered when we were discussing an app issue. He was patient and helpful the entire time. Every time I call it is nothing but friendly and resourceful humans. Customer support is some of the best I have had from any company. I really hope that Doordash continues to thrive because I truly enjoy the freedom, the customers and the company all together. It has been a great experience and I hope it continues to be!

SUPER DUPER!!

Very grateful for opportunities to make ends meet during difficult times. A lot of us in the world are definitely struggling I’m sure.. I myself have been struggling with my financial status. Door dash is really a great opportunity to catch up on bills or an avenue to save money if your 9-5 job barely covers your costs of living situations and bills etc. for anything really to reach a goal of buying a special thing you may have wanted without harming your budget. I think door dash is the all in all best go to versus other competitors considering all angles of precise app features and consistent steady flow of orders. I myself like sticking to same patterns and more in to the staying committed to anything I’m involved in.. rather than joining competition companies. Not to say anything negative about competitor companies. I also understand the struggle and people may need to test run any other opportunities out there to see what may work best for themselves. But from researching and asking questions to other drivers around the way from competition I myself like door dash and feel more comfortable with door dash as far as meals pick up and delivery service. All companies in my opinion are great because it helps the people of the community survive and provides a platform for everyone to take care of their families when in need of extra money to make ends meet. Very grateful and appreciative for door dash.

I love my job

The developer, payfare Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Information

Seller
payfare Inc.

Size
153.3 MB

Category
Finance

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
© 2021 Payfare

Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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Sours: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/dasherdirect-by-payfare/id1501107740

DoorDash Pay – How Much do DoorDash Drivers Make?

Working in an office or on a fixed schedule has become less and less common. This has led to a need for more delivery or gig workers. In the gig economy, people are free to work whenever they want, and for how long they want. That’s why many people work for food delivery services, such as DoorDash, Postmates, Uber Eats, or Grubhub. Is it possible to make a living working for DoorDash, or should you treat it more like a side hustle? Let’s find out!

What is it like driving for DoorDash?

DoorDash is a great way to earn extra cash. If you’ve been looking for a new job, need a new side hustle, or are in between careers, DoorDash can be perfect for you. DoorDash can help you gain financial stability in difficult times. To get started you want to download the DoorDash app, for example, and apply to become and approved driver. Once you start working, you’ll get notifications about orders that you can either accept or decline. If you accept, the app will provide you more information about the delivery. Once you get the food from the restaurant, you’ll have to deliver it to the customer’s house.

Try DoorDash

 

Check out our detailed overview of what DoorDash is and our post on how to get started with DoorDash.

How does DoorDash Pay?

Okay, but what about the pay? Is it any good? Many Dashers do make a living just from delivering with the app. Most Dashers also work for multiple delivery apps at the same time. Nowadays, Dashers are getting paid on a daily basis! You can take home the work you put in, everyday.

How much can you earn with DoorDash?

It is difficult to estimate an hourly rate because how much drivers make depends on various factors. The size of the city, the time of the day, whether a driver is working on weekends or during the week, or the generosity of the customers – all of those factors influence the pay of the dasher. It also depends on how much time you spend driving for DoorDash.

How much could you earn per hour?

The company itself is claiming that it is possible to earn up to $19 per hour, which, although technically possible, usually won’t be the case. Experienced drivers can earn more, as they will know which types of orders might come with a generous tip, and which ones it’s best to reject. On average, a dasher in the United States can expect to earn $8 to $15, though, as we have stated before, how much you’ll earn depends on several factors.

If you spend enough time delivering food, and you’ll be good at it, then you might qualify for DoorDash Drive. It is a better-paying service for drivers who completed at least 100 deliveries with a 4.8 average customer rating and a 90% completion rate.

Here’s what Craig, an experienced Dasher in Los Angeles, told us:
“I make an average of 5 bucks a delivery, which is pretty good. But that amount can easily be more based on how big the order is, how far I’m driving to drop off the order, and if DoorDash is offering a higher guaranteed delivery fee because it’s a busy time of day. Plus, some people do like to reward good service with a nice tip. So, if I can do 4 deliveries an hour, I’ll usually take home about $20 plus tips. If I drive for 5 hours I can earn myself over $100!”

  • Bottom line: some orders will pay more, some will pay less. It’s up to the individual Dasher if they want to accept or pass on an order. When asked about accepting or denying DoorDash delivery orders, Dasher Craig responded, “Here’s what’s kind of cool. You can see what the minimum payment will be on the app before I accept a delivery order. This way, I might turn down an a small order that’s going to take me 25 minutes to deliver and will only pay me a couple of bucks, plus hopefully a tip. Chances are I’ll get a bigger order with a larger payout if I wait a few minutes, especially during a really busy time. I wouldn’t be able to accept and deliver that bigger order if I was stuck in traffic trying to deliver the smaller order. Sometimes, you have to take a gamble and see what might come down the line.”
  • DoorDash pays a guaranteed minimum delivery fee of at least $1 plus 100% of any tips a driver receives. The minimum guarantee is calculated based on the size of the order, approximate driving distance, traffic delays, parking, and how long it takes for the food to be made and packed up at the restaurant.

A higher hourly DoorDash Guarantee wage will sometimes be offered during really busy times like during the Labor Day holiday or big TV watching times such as the SuperBowl or World Series, when people want food to be delivered to them. These guarantees can sometimes be over $20 an hour. You just have to make a certain amount of deliveries to qualify.

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What fees does DoorDash take?

DoorDash app allows customers to order food without having to leave their homes. A typical delivery apart from the cost of the food at the restaurant and local taxes would also include several fees:

  • Delivery fee depends on a restaurant, and on the current demand for orders. It is usually between $2 and $6. If you order food from a good restaurant when the demand is particularly high, the delivery fee will be higher. It is possible for the customers to avoid this fee by subscribing to DashPass and placing at least $12 orders from DashPass-eligible restaurants. DashPass is available in only some areas and costs $9.99. If you don’t have time to cook on your own, which means that you order food frequently, then it might help you save some money.
  • The service fee helps the company run the operations and maintain the platform. This fee is about 10% of your order.
  • Small order fee – if you place a small order (the definition of a small order depends on the local market, though usually, it is below $10), you might be charged $2.

Apart from the previously mentioned fees, the app makes it possible for the customers to tip a Dasher. It is a common practice to tip 15%, though if you think that a driver did an exceptional job, you can always be more generous.

How to Earn More as a DoorDash Driver?

There are several ways to increase your earnings as a Dasher:

  • If you don’t want to wait in your car for orders doing nothing, you should work during the busy hours. Instead of working for the entire day, it’s better to choose smaller time slots when the demand is going to be much higher, like f.e. the time when people would normally have lunch or dinner.
  • It is usually the case that bigger orders result in higher tips, so if you get a notification about a particularly huge order, then don’t think twice.
  • Apart from working during lunch and dinner time, you should also think about events that cause people to stay in their homes. Is there a final episode of a popular TV series airing tonight? If that’s the case, people won’t leave their homes to get the food, and that’s how you can use this opportunity.

DoorDash Incentives and How to Get Paid More by Earning a DoorDash Bonus

When you drive for DoorDash, there are various ways to earn extra cash through incentives and bonuses!

DoorDash Referral Bonus:
Dashers can earn a sweet bonus by referring a friend to be a DoorDash driver. The amount varies by the size of the city. However, the referred driver has to complete a certain amount of deliveries in order for both drivers to get their bonuses. Just look for the Invite Friends tab in the DoorDash app to refer someone you know.

  • For example, in LA, Dashers can earn up to a $500 bonus for referring someone they know to be a driver. The person you refer will need to complete 120 deliveries in their first 60 days as a Dasher to activate the bonuses.
  • DoorDash will also occasionally add a couple of bucks to delivery fees during busy times of the day like lunch or dinner on weekends. It’s an incentive to get out there and Dash! Keep your eye on the DoorDash app for these alerts.

Tips from Professional Dashers
HyreCar compiled some delivery suggestions and driving tips from experienced Dashers around the country. These tips will come in handy when you‘re ready to Dash! Check ‘em out!

  • “Get out there during the busy times of day, like lunch (11:00am-1:00pm) during the week when people or working or dinner any day of the week from 4:30pm-9:00pm. Sitting in your car when people don’t normally order food is a waste of your time.”
  • “Bigger orders, say like a $100 order from a place like Cheesecake Factory, will usually result in a decent tip after you drop off the chow. So, I try to accept as many of those kinds of orders as possible.”
  • “Listen up, this is an incredibly important tip. I get the most orders and tips during really bad weather and when big national sporting events are on TV, especially if a local team is involved. People hate going out to get food during howling snow or rain storms or right in the middle of the Super Bowl, right? So do I stay inside glued to the flatscreen? Heck no. I go out and Dash to bring customers their meals so they can stay inside where it’s warm and dry. I’ve gotten some pretty amazing tips delivering large orders to guys watching a playoff game or when it’s snowing or pouring rain out. Just make sure you have a good sturdy umbrella in the car and wear warm winter clothes.”
  • “Check your order to make sure the food order is complete. You don’t want to show up with several take-out packages at an office and discover two sandwiches are missing. Also, grab some extra straws, napkins, or even restaurant mints for your delivery customer. The nice gesture might result in a nice tip.”
    • Get yourself a couple of reusable insulated food bags to keep in your car. You’re going to want to make sure hot food items are still hot when you deliver them. Same goes for delivering cold or frozen desserts. In fact, some restaurants won’t even give you a customer’s order unless you have an insulated bag with you.”
  • “Keep track of mileage and business expenses for tax deductions. As soon as you turn on the DoorDash app, you’re working. A percentage of your mileage is deductible, and anything you buy to make your job easier or safer, like car cell phone chargers, cell phone mounts, gas, or if you have maintenance done on your vehicle, can be considered business expenses that might save you a heap o’ cash when Uncle Sam comes calling for his cut at tax time.”

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Sours: https://www.hyrecar.com/blog/doordash-pay/
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Why DoorDash Drivers Are On Strike

A DoorDash delivery person rides their bike in New York City. Workers across the country went on strike on July 31 to demand higher pay and tip transparency. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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A DoorDash delivery person rides their bike in New York City. Workers across the country went on strike on July 31 to demand higher pay and tip transparency.

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Across the country, many DoorDash drivers have stopped dashing to your door.

They've logged off the app for the day as part of a strike organized on social media against the food delivery service, demanding tip transparency and higher pay.

Here's why.

It all started, presumably, on Reddit

While the strike is nationwide and not affiliated with any particular organization, it appears to have originated on Reddit, where a post from July 15 circulated, titled, "DOORDASH BOYCOTT ON JULY 31ST ALL DAY !!"

The post urged Dashers — the company name for drivers — to stop using the app for the day and to instead use UberEats. At the bottom the post lists demands, including a minimum "base pay," the amount a driver earns on each order before a tip, of $4.50.

According to information provided to NPR by DoorDash, Dasher base pay is calculated based on the estimated time, distance and desirability of an order, Right now, Dashers can expect to earn a base pay between $2 to $10+, according to DoorDash's website. Drivers say the lower end of that range had previously been $3.

"As if a $3 base pay from DoorDash was not insulting enough, they've lowered it to $2, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75," one DoorDasher, Denise Small, said in a TikTok video that has amassed over 530,000 views. "I've declined so many orders because they've been $2."

Drivers want to know tip amount before accepting an order

Workers have also demanded to know how much in tips they'd make before accepting or declining an order. Dashers keep 100% of their tips, but the DoorDash app only shows a guaranteed minimum amount and does not allow drivers to see how much a customer has tipped until after the driver accepts the order.

For orders that contain larger tips, the app shows an estimated amount rather than the full tip amount, which according to information sent to NPR from DoorDash, the company does due to the number of drivers who would repeatedly decline deliveries if they didn't have high tip amounts.

But some drivers have told Motherboard that because tip amount is factored so heavily into a driver's total earning, the tip can be the difference between making or losing money on a delivery.

Some Dashers solved this problem by downloading Para, a third-party app that used DoorDash's code to let drivers see the tip amount before accepting an order.

The app became extremely popular, but its success was short-lived. Soon enough, in mid-July, it no longer worked with DoorDash's app.

"I would say a lot of workers woke up when Para stopped working," one DoorDash driver told Motherboard. "Para showed that DoorDash is not as transparent as it could be. I think it's ridiculous that DoorDash hides tips for orders. It's very common to get no tips."

According to a statement from DoorDash, Para violated the company's terms of service.

"Para collects its information by scraping content without authorization from the DoorDash platform. This is deeply concerning as we are committed to protecting the privacy and data security of every side of our marketplace and stakeholders," the statement read.

The effects of the strike are unknown so far

It's unclear how many Dashers have participated in the strike, though hundreds of posts about it can be found across TikTok, Reddit, Twitter and Facebook. While some people have voiced their approval and encouraged others to participate, several other commenters expressed their doubts that the strike would be effective.

In information sent to NPR, DoorDash called the strikers "a vocal minority," but said the company was monitoring boycott conditions.

"DoorDash is proud to provide flexible, low-barrier earning opportunities for Dashers while helping restaurants grow their businesses. On average nationally, Dashers work fewer than 4 hours a week and earn over $25 an hour (while) they're on delivery, including 100% of their tips," DoorDash wrote in a statement.

One driver who is participating in the strike told Insider: "Dashers want fair compensation for our time and efforts. We are what makes the company run but we're treated as disposable."

Josie Fischels is an intern on NPR's News Desk.

Sours: https://www.npr.org/2021/07/31/1023265561/why-doordash-drivers-are-on-strike

¿Por qué Dasherpay?

Conoce las ventajas

Sencillo

¡Ideal para emprendedores, pequeñas, medianas y grandes empresas! Tan sólo ingresa a la página web y sigue las instrucciones.

Incentiva a tu equipo.

¡Incentiva a tu equipo de trabajo con pagos en Dash! Criptomoneda caracterizada por su rapidez y facilidad a la hora de hacer pagos.

Versatilidad

¡Crea todas las nóminas que quieras! Con Dasherpay no existe límite, puedes crear cuantas nóminas quieras y asignar diversos sueldos a distintos niveles de tu plantilla.

Registra a tus empleados

Solo debes agregar sus nombres, número de teléfono de dirección de dash, y su sueldo (o bono) expresado en dólares, y listo!

Comenzar

Configura tus nóminas

Crea cuantas nóminas necesites, desde una para toda la empresa, hasta una por cada departamento, o incluso segmentando dentro de departamentos. Luego asigna a cada empleado a su nómina correspondiente.

Comenzar

Comienza a pagar sueldos y bonos.

Ahora podrás correr los pagos automatizados de sueldos y bonos de tus empleados con Dash Dinero Digital de forma eficiente y rápida.

Comenzar

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Dasherpay tiene un sistema modular y eficiente, que seguimos mejorando todos los días para facilitarte el manejo de tus empleados con Dash.

Customers administration.

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Los empleados de tu empresa recibiran sus pagos de forma automática y segura, en una moneda fuerte y resistente a la inflación.

Beneficios para la empresa

Tu empresa ahorrará mucho tiempo administrativo, comisiones y tendrás un equipo de empelados motivado.

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