I drive in a different state, and haven't seen any in-app messages about new terms coming into effect.Guessing you don't drive then, as this isn't what was said/advised would happen.
It's after the 25th, I haven't accepted the new terms anywhere and can still log in. Which I'm not meant to be able to do until I accepted the new terms.
It said the changes had been to the eats delivery onlys, BUT all drivers had to accept it etc :/But I am sure they were only for EATS
Me too!!! Kept logging in and out all night long for the prompt!Message came and disappeared without a trace! I was sitting up all night waiting for it to arrive!
You made no mention of Eats in your o.p. My post is still relevant though, any changes to terms relevant to you should be available in the Partner Dashboard in the Profile section.Ok well this is a Melbourne forum.... These term changes only apply to Melbourne people due to Ubereats etc.
I'm aware.... you really think I sat up all night doing that!? hahahai'm guessing GJ was being sarcastic...good at being ironic especially
and? I didn't need to. It applied to ALL MELBOURNE DRIVERS, not just eats drivers but the changes to the terms only applied to the Eats T&C, UberX remained the same.You made no mention of Eats in your o.p.
I never suggested anyone would have to go to the website to accept any new T&C. What I said was: "Any change to the service terms would appear in your Partner Dashboard under Profile -> Contracts". So if there have been no changes there, it's a safe bet that new terms haven't been put in place without you being aware of it. That process is the same regardless of where you are, and regardless of what services might be affected by an updated to terms.I'm aware.... you really think I sat up all night doing that!? hahaha
and? I didn't need to. It applied to ALL MELBOURNE DRIVERS, not just eats drivers but the changes to the terms only applied to the Eats T&C, UberX remained the same.
Anyhow, let it go. you didn't get the message, you're commenting on something that doesn't apply to you. Melbourne drivers got it, the message said nothing about going to the 'web site' to accept the T&C and as it turns out, its another Uber nothing event!
taraaaaaa... the new terms are here finally.
Looks like I can now deliver using any means I like not just the registered X car. If a motorbike, I pay Uber 35%. If another car, I pay 25%. Can someone who hasn't accepted sporadic joffie remind me the 25% clause exactly? I think I was too quick to accpt the terms I forgot to read in between the spaces. I can't quite remember if it is any car or any mode of transport other than motorbike...