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Fetch processes payments on Monday via direct deposit to the bank account you provided during sign up. You should see payments in your bank account on Friday, but due to events like bank holidays, your deposit may be delayed.
Earnings are based on a variety of factors. Base pay varies by city/region, which means the location you deliver in impacts your hourly earnings. During high customer demand, base pay may increase, which will translate into higher earnings.
There are other factors, but these are the most significant ones.
Delivery partners earn $18-25 per hour. Actual earnings will depend on your location, how long it takes you to complete your deliveries, and other factors.
As an independent contractor, you would bring your vehicle, smartphone, and anything else you may want to aid you with deliveries. You are free to choose your attire when delivering with Fetch.
No, you must deliver to the specified unit, to the user or outside the user’s door based on their preferences.
Your eligibility for the program may be affected if you repeatedly fail to deliver to the correct apartment home.
It depends on the delivery block. Most delivery partners will deliver 25-35 packages during their two hour block. These are split between 2 to 4 apartment communities.
If you have any additional packages unable to be delivered, you are responsible for bringing them back to the dispatch warehouse. If you’ve completed all deliveries, you are free to clock out and go about the rest of your day!
Your eligibility for the program may be affected if you repeatedly fail to return undelivered packages.
You will pick up packages from a Fetch facility and deliver directly to customers at apartment communities. Delivery blocks are 2 hours and you’ll typically have 1-2 apartment communities to deliver to.
You’ll need an Android or iPhone to use the Fetch Driver app.
You can use any car that can safely and reliably transport customer orders.
Motorcycles, motorized bicycles, and motorized scooters do not qualify at this time.
As a delivery partner, you must maintain the required standard vehicle insurance for your area.
You must possess a physical, government-issued ID (not a photocopy, scan, or screenshot of a license). Your license must also match the information you provided (name, age, birth date, state) in the application. You must have had a valid license for at least 2 years.
Yes, you will have access to pick up delivery blocks at any of the warehouses in your market.
As a delivery partner you may not have a passenger in your vehicle while you are delivering.
Non-compliance with this policy may affect your eligibility to participate as a delivery partner.
You’ll deliver standard packages. Items may consist of electronics, household essentials, a variety of food items, alcohol, and much more.
As an independent contractor, you are responsible for your own expenses.