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Courier/Delivery Driver in London
on 12 March 2020
Not enough money
Good to work with, paid on time and issues resolved swiftly. Long hours, hard to make a living as pay for fuel, van etc. Approx £300 pw often worked 12 to16 hours per day!
Courier Driver in London, Greater London
on 18 October 2019
Do not ever fall on this trap. They will promise a good pay rate with reasonable hours. Do not believe a word!!!!! Forget about having a life, forget about making money, prepare your self for frustration and anger. Definitely, the biggest waste of time in life. Avoid even passing in front of their door.
Driver delivery in London, Greater London
on 21 August 2019
Here’s how it works
Here’s how it works . You take all the risk and cover all the expenses they take the profit on jobs ! Zero hours contract . Absolutely no benefit to the driver ! Your fuel bill can be anywhere between £100 upwards every week depending on where you get sent !! You are liable for any parking tickets that you may incur ! The way central London is set up it is inevitable you will end up getting caught somewhere . Personally I think courier work in a van in central London is finished ! No matter which company you work for ! I worked ridiculous hours trying to make this work and couldn’t . Still don’t take my word for it , try it !
Driver delivery in london
on 29 March 2019
avoid at all cost
£100 to £200 for 60 hour week driving across all of London you need to be doing 200 miles per day to make any kind of money they never give you 20 local jobs at £6 each which would be £600 per week they make you do so many drops that are miles apart so you can only do 7 jobs a day average pay £6.80 each drop you do the math they have radios that never work which you are paying for each week there is so much wrong with this company it's a joke on my induction I was told by the person giving the induction that he had worked there for 16 years but when he was asked what the salary was he said he had no idea
Courier Driver in London, UK
on 2 December 2018
good workplace
never had any problem, friendly staff, was a pleasure work with them. sometimes they could be more flexible with pay rates! some companies pay more than courier.

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