DrAlia Madruga used her official Instagram account on Thursday, May 5, to publicly express her dissatisfaction with the operation of the Uber Eats Portugal app, which provides food at home.
After submitting an application in the application, the TV presenter considers that she was robbed and defrauded.
“Yesterday we placed an order in the Go Natural order for 14 euros, and the app charged more than 73 euros,” Dalia laments, noting that 60 euros were paid more wrongly than was supposed.
“Beware of Uber Eats Portugal scams‘, he warns, then shows the response he received from the platform which caused him to rebel even more.
“The prices displayed online are set by the merchants and we have no control over them. However, we have noticed your message and will share your feedback with the merchants,” reads the message sent in response to Dália’s complaint.
“Today they respond like this. Shame, Uber Eats. That has a name, steal,” he shot, at last, adding to his shares the bill proving that the value of his order was fixed at only 14 euros.
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