Eps 1757: How to buy free food on justeat using a glitch in the app
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The podcast explains a glitch in the Just Eat app that allows users to order free food. The host explains that some users have discovered that by entering a specific code in the payment section of the app, they can bypass the payment process and receive an order for free. This glitch has caused controversy, with some users calling it theft and others defending it as a harmless mistake on the part of the app developers. The host advises listeners not to exploit the glitch and to instead support local restaurants by paying for their orders.
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Recently, a glitch was discovered in the app that allows users to order food without paying for it. While this may sound too good to be true, it is a legitimate way to get free food from Just Eat. The process is relatively straightforward, but it does require a bit of patience and perseverance.
To start with, you need to download the Just Eat app on your smartphone. Once you have downloaded the app, you need to create an account and input your details. This will include your name, address, and payment information. This is where the glitch comes into play.
When you get to the payment information section of the app, input your details as usual. However, instead of completing your payment details, you need to wait for a few seconds for the app to process your information. Once the app has processed your information, you need to tap on the "cancel" button. This will cancel your payment details, but it will also allow you to place an order for free.
The next step is to select the restaurant you want to order from and add items to your basket as usual. When you are ready to check out, you will notice that there is no payment information on the screen. This is because you have already canceled your payment details, allowing you to place an order for free. Simply confirm your order and wait for your food to be delivered.
While this glitch does allow you to get free food, it is important to note that it is not a sustainable or ethical way to get your meals. The restaurants and delivery drivers still need to be paid for their services, and this glitch can negatively impact their earnings.
Furthermore, Just Eat has been made aware of this glitch, and they are actively working to fix it. It is likely that this loophole will be closed soon, so it is best to avoid taking advantage of it and opt for a legitimate and ethical way to order food.
In conclusion, while the glitch in the Just Eat app may seem like a quick and easy way to get free food, it is not an ethical or sustainable solution. It is important to support local restaurants and delivery drivers by paying for their services and using the app as intended. Let's respect the hardworking people who make our meals possible and avoid exploiting glitches in the system. Thank you for listening to today's podcast, and we hope you found this information helpful.