Frequently asked questions about your account.
There is a one time setup fee and that's it. There are no commissions or subscription fees. Eatery pays standard credit card fees as usual (see Stripe fees). Slurpalicious does not take any additional cut or fees for online pickup orders.
Slurpalicious is built by eatery owners. We understand the margins of a restaurant and want to help eateries out. Our goal is to take small commissions only on delivery orders.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Self-setup instructions coming soon.
Free. There is no cost to customer.
There is a chat feature that allows your customers to send you questions.
You can immediately reject orders, edit wait times, or turn off online ordering completely.
We use Stripe as our payment system. During setup, you will be creating a Stripe account. When a customer pays for food, Stripe keeps the card processing fee and the rest is transferred to your Stripe account. From there, Stripe pays out to your bank account everyday. Note that the first payout takes longer (about 10 days)
Frequently asked questions about the pay it forward feature
Answer: No, the eatery will not know
Yes, eatery will get paid as usual i.e. the menu price of the dish. The amount will then be deducted from the donation fund
You can order free food at most once a day, twice a week up to 10 meals per person when you really need it. Then there is a 30 day wait period before you can order free food again.
No, Slurpalicious does not take any part of the donation. 100% of the donation will go to meals for people in need. The only fee incurred will be the standard credit card processing fees charged by Stripe.
We hope people order free food when they really need it. If you don't really need it, save the fund for someone who does.
Please contact us via email: email@example.com. Or, donate to our Givebutter campaign. We be will happy to accept your donation and distribute to different eateries on your behalf.
No. Free food orders come in as regular orders to the eatery. There is no difference.