A family-owned restaurant in Houston claims it's waiting on a hefty check from Uber Eats worth tens of thousands of dollars.
It's an issue that Uber argues is fairly simple to resolve.
Birria Los Primos said it hasn't received a single payment from the online food ordering and delivery platform since opening in March. Uber Eats has accounted for about 700 orders for the restaurant, Emily Garcia, who manages Birria Los Primos for her father, Oscar, told FOX Business.
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESS
After calculating how much those 700 orders cost – on average $31 per order – Garcia came up with a figure to the tune of at least $20,000. Although that does not account for the commission Uber Eats takes from each order, she said.
"We really weren't expecting one of those issues to be with…a third-party delivery company that is supposed to actually make our lives easier for us," Garcia said. "They're supposed to bring in, you know, new customers for us."