Delivery Rider Airs Dismay After Customer Cancels Order Worth P3, 000

Delivery Rider Earns Sympathy Online After Customer Cancels Order Worth P3, 000

ORDER CANCELLATION – A delivery rider has expressed his disappointment after his customer canceled the order worth P3, 000.

Over the past few years, a lot of delivery workers are complaining against customers who were canceling orders and making fake bookings. The riders usually pay for the unpaid order and received no compensation at all.

The government and the delivery firms are already taking necessary actions to protect the riders from those schemes.

Delivery Rider

A Facebook user named Renche Corrales has shared the photos of a delivery rider who lost P3,000 after his customer canceled the order. The post circulates online and elicits reactions from the netizens.

In the photos, it can be seen that the rider seems to be disappointed and exhausted after his customer canceled the transaction. The delivery employee has already spent P3, 000 before the client canceled the order.

The delivery worker identified as Jayson Laureño tried to contact and reach out to the customer. Unfortunately, the heartless client failed to respond and blocked him.

Delivery Rider

A few moments after the photos were posted, some kind-hearted individual bought all the orders. The rider expressed his gratitude to the uploader for publicizing his situation.

Delivery Rider

The post has a caption:

Helping a friend

Scammer victim

Kung sino man ang naawa sa kanya bilhin niyo lang ito, idedeliver niya dapat ito sa customer pero nagback out daw, worth P3, 000 pa naman ang order

Pki pm nlng si Jayson Laureño


Delivery Rider

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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