'It can be some rando dirty warehouse': Restaurants warned to watch for online imitators

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Restaurants are being warned to be alert for imitation listings after a high profile chef in the United States said she was being defrauded by online food delivery platforms.

Restaurants are being warned to be alert for imitation listings after a high profile chef in the United States said she was being defrauded by food delivery platforms Seamless, GrubHub and Yelp.

"Perplexed, I told him we didn’t do delivery, not even take-out. He said what were you doing on [online food delivery company] Seamless then? I told him we’ve never been on it, not in our entirely lifetime as Kin Khao."Ms Techamuanvivit was curious so she searched 'Kin Khao delivery' online and discovered the restaurant was listed on Seamless, Grubhub and Yelp.

Other restaurant owners in the United States have come forward and said they have had the same experience. which operate separately to restaurants and contain delivery only kitchens with several brands operating from each kitchen.for signing restaurants up to its platform without their consentAngus McLachlan, co-founder of mobile food ordering app Bopple, which has 7,000 restaurants listed across Australia said he was not aware of imitation listings in Australia but said restaurants needed to watch out and the claims did not surprise him.


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