Does it really increase your weekly income? Is it legal to use? Are you stealing money from someone else’s family?
I honestly can not attest to this particular batch grabber, but these are real and they do work. We have seen these on Instacart, Amazon Flex, and now Walmart’s Spark Delivery app. Even Uber and Lyft have seen some form of this. You may remember the fake GPS apps.
Yes, you are theoretically taking food from someone’s family, although I would argue that my family comes first.
Why can I not attest to this particular app? Because I personally would not use it. By all means, you should try out new things if that means more money for you to provide for yourself or your family. There is nothing wrong with that.
However, buried deep in your contracts for each company is a clause that says you can not manipulate their software, their app. (somewhere along these lines). We have seen it in the case of Uber, Lyft, and Amazon Flex, and Instacart. While batch grabbers like this do not affect the app directly, eventually enough people end up complaining and it will basically force Spark to come down on those who use it. i.e. deactivation.
Yes, for a short time you will be making money, but if you rely on Spark for any part of your income, you may want to think twice about using a batch grabber like this. If you need the money that badly now that you basically cheat to get it, don’t kid yourself.. you need it.
For those who are pissed off about this app. COMPLAIN, COMPLAIN, COMPLAIN. Channel your inner Karen. Personally, I have already fired off an e-mail complaining about this app and I am not even registered as a driver for Spark since it is not in my hometown yet. It is not fair to others who try and do things the right way.