Although there are a lot of legal configuration word that is used to refer later in the agreement there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, it is stated that this document is intended to cover the commercial relations between two independently operated companies. It is also indicated that they constitute the main activity (or lead company) of this agreement. Simply put, customers and business transactions belong to them. As independent contractors, you are only responsible for the supply of accepted contracts. Finally, you state that in approving this agreement, you have had the time and opportunity to consult with legal and tax advisors and that you have the power to approve this agreement. That is where I personally have a problem with this agreement. It is often sent between jobs while you work, and does not allow you to accept the next job before accepting this agreement. For me, if Postmate was trying to give people a chance to actually verify this agreement, they would send it a week before forcing you to approve it. Preventing someone from creating income for themselves until they accept is a simple way for someone to simply click Accept and move on to the next job. I suggest you send it with a signature and delivery confirmation as well as an email, and then a copy of this for your records (in case only).
It must be received within 30 days of the acceptance of its approval. Under this agreement, Postmates cannot take negative action based on your decision to unsubscribe. Postmates lists the reasons for deactivating the fleet agreement, which “is events that constitute a substantial violation” of the agreement. Unlike other gig apps like Uber and DoorDash, which publish clearly identified deactivation policies, Postmates makes you dig through legalese to find out what to avoid. Normally, that is where I would say use the contact area on this site, but as I said, I am not qualified to provide legal aid. Everything I have written here is intended to draw your attention to an agreement that most of the people I am talking about have not read. Don`t hesitate to contact your local legal or tax advice. Postmates also says that if they unduly terminate this agreement without you knowing that they will pay $100 a day for up to 5 days or $500.