How does self-cancellation work?

You are able to self-cancel in 2 situations:

  • Right after accepting the delivery

  • When you arrive at pick-up: You can cancel at any time once you are at the pick-up

Outside these time frames, your self-cancellation request will be rejected in the app.

How to self-cancel a delivery

  • Once you have accepted the delivery, there will be a Profile icon that appears at the top left of the screen, select this icon

  • A drop-down list of options will appear, tap on the Help centre option

  • An option to Cancel ongoing delivery will be available, select this and confirm cancellation

This feature gives you more autonomy:

  • You don't have to contact Support to request a cancellation

  • You don't have to wait at pick up for 20+ minutes

  • You will be able to immediately move on to another delivery 

The cancellation fee

A self-cancellation will not result in a cancellation fee, even if you have waited more than 20 minutes. You are not expected to wait this long and can move on to the next delivery, but will not be paid for that cancelled delivery.

If there is another reason for which you can’t complete the delivery, you will still be able to talk to Support (by selecting 'Chat with us'). They will deal with the issue, and this may result in a cancellation fee. A list of valid cancellation reasons and a reminder of the process can be found here.

The small print - important!

If you have arrived at pick-up and made yourself known, you are free to self-cancel at any time.

Don’t hesitate to ask once more if the package will be ready soon - sometimes an extra minute is all that’s needed!

Please remember that if you are on-slot and you accept a delivery, you are responding to a client's urgent need. You have committed to providing your service for this delivery. You are expected to wait for the package to be ready to ensure the best customer experience. 

Please note that self-cancelling a delivery while you are on-slot is possible, but will invalidate that slot (MG and CPS)

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