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Domino's Pizza / overcharged

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When you see a delivery charge on your delivery order from Dominos Pizza, it does NOT mean the driver is getting that fee! In this area the driver is getting about .85c of the $1.75 or whatever it is right now. Also, please know that delivery drivers are not getting paid minimum wage in this area. For anyone that has a moral feeling about how employees are compensated, I would recommend that anyone getting anything delivered from Dominos
contact their local store and inquire about how much the driver gets of the fee and if they are paid minimum wage.

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  • Ta
      17th of Aug, 2009
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    The Domino's that I work at only pays us 6.00 an hour and they do the same about the delivery charge. All this while sending us into the most dangerous projects and neighborhoods in the area. We have drivers robbed on a constant rotation it seems like and get absolutely NO help from local law enforcement in these areas.

    Wilmington, NC

  • Ma
      17th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    wow thats some ego. im a driver as well and if you notice they print that on the box now. tips are somehting you should be gratefull for not just expect

  • Da
      6th of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    As for Wilmington's comments I do doubt it could be so dire? And, do we really expect a Domino's or Pizza Hut to pay its drivers more than minimum wage? This is no place to whine about what has always been the case. However, I can say that the Dominos I recently worked for charges a standard $2.00 delivery fee for every delivery--and none of it goes to their drivers. As it is and was before Domino's charged anything for delivery, a $0.75 to $0.85 fuel credit was the company doing its part. A credit, I might add, that has barely increased over a 15 year period that has seen A LITTLE BIT of a hike in gas prices. Anyway, the point is not whether Domino's customers were made aware of any charge, or if delivery drivers are paid enough--No! Rather, what people should know is that the world's largest pizza delivery franchise has adopted a dishonest pricing and charging policy that shamelessly seeks to improve its profitability at the expense of its employees ! The fact is, times are hard for everyone and a pizza driver can't live on todays tips as they might have 15 or 20 years ago. Thankfully, someone at Domino's saw this went for the jugular. And so it is, Domino's will be paid a tribute for every delivery its "delivery experts" are allowed to bring, and delivering pizzas will no longer be a good short term job for the somebodys fighting it out in this rat race--but for the [censor] and the goon.

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