cnn.com – Authorities in the UK are investigating after a food delivery service offered a £10 (roughly $14) credit to a woman who received unsolicited personal messages from a driver.
The Information Commissioner’s office, which regulates breaches of UK data protection law, said it was examining the case after Michelle Midwinter, 33, from Gloucestershire in England, posted screengrabs of messages she received from a Just Eat driver on WhatsApp.
The driver said he was “a fan”, sent her a “kiss” emoji and called her “baby”.
After raising the issue with Just Eat through its live chat service, a she was told that Just Eat “don’t have a complaints department” before being offered a goodwill credit of £10, according to screenshots posted on Twitter.
Nah man this is why creeps like this don’t need access to wifi or technology at all for that matter. Dude can’t just be dropping food off and shooting his shot all crazy like this smh.