DoorDash is under fire for its controversial tipping policy. We asked Uber, Lyft, Instacart and other gig-economy startups how much of your tips go directly to their workers

Business Insider | 1/26/2018 | Graham Rapier
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Postmates, a nearly $2 billion delivery startup that's currently pursuing an IPO, prefers you to tip through its app as opposed to cash. Still, it's workers receive all of customer's tips.

"Our fleet keeps 100% of their tips," a spokesperson told Business Insider.

Postmates - Cofounder - CEO - Bastian - Lehmann

"As Postmates cofounder and CEO, Bastian Lehmann, noted in last week's CNN OpEd members of the Postmates fleet will always retain 100% their tips and unlike competitors customer tips will never be used to eat into their base earnings," the statement continued.

"Postmates is always investing in smarter matching technologies, enabling our Fleet...
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