If it sounds too good to be true, you know it is
Favor is an OK company to work for, but not to make a living. The schedule is hard to get on, runner support is un-supportive, and the 2.10 per run is hardly worth it when you have to go across town on the crazy routes you're given. (other delivery services in my area pay 4$ per delivery)
The concept is great, everything else....not so much.
Here's an example: I work in a town of approx. 60K ppl
I worked 2 hours today during the lunch area from 12-2, because someone dropped them, otherwise there would have been no hours on the "guaranteed 9". I took 4 favors, drove about 26 miles and made 21.00. - with tips AND the 2.10 reimbursement. So, yeah its 11.00 an hour...BUT I spent at least 5$ on fuel, not counting wear & tear, that's only 8$ an hour. Sounds pretty much like minimum wage to me :/
(and did I mention, you have to order all the food yourself, wait for up to an hour for the order, and then have restaurant ppl tell you how much they hate Favor because the orders are always confusing and wrong and they don't tip the to-go waitstaff?) Fun times.
So...if you need some extra cash (but you don't mind waiting 3-5 days for a deposit) this might be for you. Just don't quit your day job.
flex hours if you can get them
long wait times-scheduling-reimbursement-lots of extra work for no extra $