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Tuesday, April 09, 2024

My Frustrating Experience with Uber Eats and A Missing Sandwich

Hello, dear readers,

Today, I want to share a recent ordeal that left me both baffled and frustrated, involving an Uber Eats order from Subway. On April 8, 2024, I placed an order for three sandwiches from the Subway located at 10019 Keele St, Vaughan, ON L6A 3Y8. Little did I know, this simple action would lead me down a rabbit hole of customer service failures.

Shortly after placing my order, I received a call from the Subway employee. He informed me that one of the sandwiches I ordered, the Egg & Cheese Sidekick, wasn't available. He advised me to contact Uber Eats for a refund as he was unable to cancel the item on his end. Following his advice, I reached out to Uber Eats immediately to request a refund for the unavailable item. Despite my prompt effort, Uber Eats' response was anything but swift.

As I awaited their reply, the rest of my order was delivered. Anticipating potential issues, I recorded a video of the unboxing, clearly showing the two sandwiches I received and highlighting the missing Egg & Cheese Sidekick. This wasn't my first rodeo with missing items, and I wanted to have evidence on my side.

Uber Eats eventually got back to me with a less-than-satisfactory response: "We are sorry to hear about your experience… but your order isn't eligible for a refund at this time." This outright refusal to issue a refund for an item they failed to deliver was not only frustrating but felt like a breach of trust and service.

What makes this situation even more infuriating is the effort and time it took to attempt to resolve this issue, only to be dismissed by Uber Eats. I've documented this saga not just to vent (okay, maybe a bit to vent) but to highlight the importance of holding companies accountable for their service failures.

In pursuit of justice, and perhaps a bit of compensation for my wasted time and undelivered sandwich, I've taken my complaint to the Better Business Bureau (BBB). And for those interested in seeing the evidence for themselves, I've included the video of my incomplete order and Uber Eats' response on Dropbox here:

I'm sharing this story to remind everyone of the importance of consumer rights and the need to stand up for ourselves when services fall short. It's not just about a missing sandwich; it's about principle, accountability, and the expectation of receiving what we pay for.

I'd love to hear your thoughts or similar experiences in the comments below. How do you handle such situations? Let's discuss and support each other in navigating these all-too-common service failures.

Until next time, stay savvy and assertive!

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