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GrabFood rider spills order, but gets treated to surprise coffee

He told the cashier what happened, and the cashier informed him that she would prepare the order quickly for him. “Within five minutes, she handed me two cups,” said the rider, taken aback by the cashier’s kindness.

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Singapore ― A food delivery rider was treated to a surprise from the merchant even after accidentally spilling an order.

One Yusuf Jainuddin took to Facebook page Grab Heroes to share a recent experience involving his first spilt order since he had started delivering food.

On Sept 25, when he was taking out a drink from his bag, he accidentally dropped it.

“Been doing Grab for four months, and first time this happened to me, so I was a bit anxious,” he noted.

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After contacting Grab’s customer service, he was told to deliver the item as is and request the customer to contact them for a refund.

He proceeded to the destination and explained the issue to the customer, adding it was his fault for the spilt drink.

“I offered to buy the exact same drink for her if she can wait, or she can contact Grab customer service for a refund if she cannot,” said Mr Yusuf.

“I think she saw that I was nervous and anxious, so she say, ‘it is ok, uncle. Is it alright if you get a replacement for me?’ I inform her ok.”

When he returned to Coffee Bean at Lot 1 shopping mall, Mr Yusuf was in for a surprise.

He told the cashier what happened, and the cashier informed him that she would prepare the order quickly for him.

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“Within five minutes, she handed me two cups,” said Mr Yusuf, taken aback by the cashier’s kindness.

When he returned to the customer, she also reassured him that the spilt drink was no issue.

“So thank you to the coffee bean staff and to the customer who showed patience and understanding.” /TISG

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