GrubHub is now CONTACTING INSURANCE COMPANIES to verify coverage but being sneaky

The Jax

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If you are applying to partner with GrubHub or are already partner with GrubHub or have been deactivated and put on hold and are being reactivated, the onboarding team now has the blessing of the big talking heads to call your insurance company.

There was a recent change also in the contractor agreement that states they can and will do this.

Basically, you all the pain in the ass it is about updating your insurance info with them. Well if a member of the onboarding staff is not satisfied with your insurance card, you may need to send them a declaration page. If they sense you are submitting a fraudulent or doctored declaration page, they will use the information, including your personal info and social security number to call your insurance company and act like they are you saying they called in to think about changing coverage to verify.

I recently had to update my insurance as it was about to expire and and I got an email asking for my dec page. I sent it to them. A day later, I got a call from my agent asking me why I called the 800 number and if there was anything he could help me with. I told him I never called them. He investigated and E-Mailed the rep who took the call and had them call me. She agreed that it was not me that spoke to her and the person that called seemed like they just wanted to know what the coverages were and was able to verify my account with my personal info.

So if you are able to secure your account with your insurance with a special pass phrase to tell the rep, do it. They shouldn't be calling your insurance company and are most certainly looking for a way to deactivate you. I mean, if your insurance is genuine then you wouldn't be deactivated but thats not the point.
 

FLKeys

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I would think if they identified themselves as you, that would be fraud and has the makings of a serious class action lawsuit. Contact one of those class action lawsuit companies and be one of the primary parties, you have the potential to make money, or be left as a class member and collect pennies.
 

2starDriver

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I would think if they identified themselves as you, that would be fraud and has the makings of a serious class action lawsuit. Contact one of those class action lawsuit companies and be one of the primary parties, you have the potential to make money, or be left as a class member and collect pennies.
You got big fat lawsuit. Better call saul 👌
 

The Jax

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Yeah. This definitely didn’t happen.
I WOULD appreciate it if you stopped commenting on any of my threads with the pure intent to harass and discredit me. I know it happened but you can believe what you want to believe. Anyone that wants proof is welcome to send me a private message and they can call my insurance agent themselves. He will be happy to take your call. Other than that, Monkey, please do not comment on any thread I have posted or reply to any of my comments again. Last and final warning. Leave me alone.

I understand you live such a sad life and you feel the need to annoy people in order to make you feel better about yourself but take it somewhere else. Thank you.
 

Monkeyman4394

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I WOULD appreciate it if you stopped commenting on any of my threads with the pure intent to harass and discredit me. I know it happened but you can believe what you want to believe. Anyone that wants proof is welcome to send me a private message and they can call my insurance agent themselves. He will be happy to take your call. Other than that, Monkey, please do not comment on any thread I have posted or reply to any of my comments again. Last and final warning. Leave me alone.

I understand you live such a sad life and you feel the need to annoy people in order to make you feel better about yourself but take it somewhere else. Thank you.
You’re spreading false, inflammatory, or purely conjectural information. There is no way any of these platforms are having their agents pose as drivers to break into our private accounts. Also, feel free to ignore me.
 

Jst1dreamr

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If you are applying to partner with GrubHub or are already partner with GrubHub or have been deactivated and put on hold and are being reactivated, the onboarding team now has the blessing of the big talking heads to call your insurance company.

There was a recent change also in the contractor agreement that states they can and will do this.

Basically, you all the pain in the ass it is about updating your insurance info with them. Well if a member of the onboarding staff is not satisfied with your insurance card, you may need to send them a declaration page. If they sense you are submitting a fraudulent or doctored declaration page, they will use the information, including your personal info and social security number to call your insurance company and act like they are you saying they called in to think about changing coverage to verify.

I recently had to update my insurance as it was about to expire and and I got an email asking for my dec page. I sent it to them. A day later, I got a call from my agent asking me why I called the 800 number and if there was anything he could help me with. I told him I never called them. He investigated and E-Mailed the rep who took the call and had them call me. She agreed that it was not me that spoke to her and the person that called seemed like they just wanted to know what the coverages were and was able to verify my account with my personal info.

So if you are able to secure your account with your insurance with a special pass phrase to tell the rep, do it. They shouldn't be calling your insurance company and are most certainly looking for a way to deactivate you. I mean, if your insurance is genuine then you wouldn't be deactivated but thats not the point.
Contact the district attorney office if you have proof they did this. It is illegal and being election time that kind of take down would be a big boost.
 

Ozzyoz

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If you are applying to partner with GrubHub or are already partner with GrubHub or have been deactivated and put on hold and are being reactivated, the onboarding team now has the blessing of the big talking heads to call your insurance company.

There was a recent change also in the contractor agreement that states they can and will do this.

Basically, you all the pain in the ass it is about updating your insurance info with them. Well if a member of the onboarding staff is not satisfied with your insurance card, you may need to send them a declaration page. If they sense you are submitting a fraudulent or doctored declaration page, they will use the information, including your personal info and social security number to call your insurance company and act like they are you saying they called in to think about changing coverage to verify.

I recently had to update my insurance as it was about to expire and and I got an email asking for my dec page. I sent it to them. A day later, I got a call from my agent asking me why I called the 800 number and if there was anything he could help me with. I told him I never called them. He investigated and E-Mailed the rep who took the call and had them call me. She agreed that it was not me that spoke to her and the person that called seemed like they just wanted to know what the coverages were and was able to verify my account with my personal info.

So if you are able to secure your account with your insurance with a special pass phrase to tell the rep, do it. They shouldn't be calling your insurance company and are most certainly looking for a way to deactivate you. I mean, if your insurance is genuine then you wouldn't be deactivated but thats not the point.
Exactly if they tell insurance company that you do food delivery, you're a goner as that means Insurance can drop you as you don't have commercial insurance. Rideshare insurance iz just for rideshare
 

The Jax

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Exactly if they tell insurance company that you do food delivery, you're a goner as that means Insurance can drop you as you don't have commercial insurance. Rideshare insurance iz just for rideshare
I actually have commercial insurance on my two work vehicles because I am also a consultant and do a lot of driving with my car and also drive around visiting clients and developing delivery areas while also making delivery for clients, delivery apps, and some side courier work. So they can tell my insurance company all they want. However, for you OTHER guys who do not have commercial insurance or a rideshare rider policy, yea you would be screwed. I think whoever was investigating my policy for GrubHub thought what I submitted was fake because it was a commercial policy.
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Your insurance company doesn't need to know that you are delivery food. "What momma don't know won't hurt her"
Well my advice I give to delivery drivers to my clients is that do not tell the police or anyone else you are delivering if you are in an accident. Doesn't matter if you have a car topper or a shirt, you could be on your way home (cough cough).
 

BigJohn

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Your insurance company doesn't need to know that you are delivery food. "What momma don't know won't hurt her"
While a lot of people love to gamble and to play russian roulette, it is indeed insurance fraud to be using a covered vehicle for commercial purposes when the personal insurance policy on that covered vehicle expressly forbids such commercial use.
 
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