Shoppers aren’t accepting my delivery offers.
This might happen because there are many travelers bidding on the same order or if another traveler requested a lower traveler fee. It might also happen if you requested a high traveler fee or if you are unable to meet the shopper’s desired delivery day.
It’s a good idea to message shoppers after making a delivery offer to get the conversation going. Many times, shoppers accept the first delivery offer they receive and are more likely to accept a delivery offer from a traveler who has personally reached out.
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