Delivering for Uber Eats is one of the best jobs out there. If you understand the strategies, you can make some serious extra money as an Uber Eats driver. Unfortunately, Uber deactivates a lot of drivers for a variety of reasons. Sometimes those reasons are warranted, but on the other hand, sometimes customers leave a false review and it ends up with the account getting banned!
Luckily, there are some ways that you can get your account reactivated, so in this article we are going to discuss those ways.
Firstly, Driverly Premium members have access to reactivation services, which means that Driverly will try everything that they can to get the Uber Eats driver's account restored after deactivation.
Why do Uber Eats Drivers get Deactivated?
There are several possibilities why Uber might deactivate your Uber Eats account. We are going to go over these possibilities, and then get into how you might go about getting your account reactivated.
Delivering to the wrong address too many times.
Your car is no longer active. Your car needs to meet the requirements that Uber has, depending on your area.
You were late to drop off the food.
You were rude to a restaurant
The customer left a false report.
Delivering alcohol without checking ID
Background check issues.
How To Get Reactivated With Uber Eats After a Deactivation
Contacting Uber Support
Visiting a Uber Greenlight Hub
Driverly Premium Membership
Filing an Appeal through the Uber appeal form