Money: France: Several hundred deliverers demonstrate in Paris against Uber Eats

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About 500 people demonstrated on Monday against the American firm Uber Eats. They denounce the disconnection of approximately 2,500 accounts of deliverers.

"Delivers, angry", "Uber, Thief" or even "Justice for deliverers ", chanted the hundreds of demonstrators who protested against Uber Eats after the disconnection of 2,500 accounts of workers identified as "fraudulent" .

These accounts were disconnected overnight, the delivery people are indignant. This is the case of Adama. Arrived from Côte d'Ivoire four years ago, he went on his bike and has worked for the American home delivery firm since his arrival in France. But last week, a short message appeared on its phone application: "You cannot go online, because one of your documents is fraudulent.

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Since then, he can no longer work, and that exasperates him. "We worked throughout the health crisis with accounts that Uber Eats had validated. They accepted. It's true, we are undocumented, but all of France knows what the delivery people have done for this country. Do you imagine? You work for someone for two or three years and overnight, without explanation, or justifications, he puts you at the door, "plagues the man.

"We only have that to be able to support our family"

a little further in the procession, Aboubacar also finds himself without work. It requires regularization. "We decided to leave the cities because there is nothing there. There is only drugs. We don't want that, we just want to work legal. We only have that to be able to support our family and feed us, "he says.

For its part, Uber Eats recalls that it has set up an identification system three years ago to control the delivery people. According to the firm, these numerous deactivations are the consequence of an audit diligent after the signing of a "charter" with the government in order to combat the irregular sublet of delivery accounts. Uber said that it had reactivated 3.8% of the accounts disconnected after re -examining certain special cases.

Delivers denounce the hypocrisy of the Uber Eats platform and say they are ready to go to court.

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