Use a password that is unique to your Grubhub for Drivers app and change it regularly: We encourage you to select strong passwords, using the following tips:
Create passwords that are at least 8 characters long.
Use a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
Do not use a word in the dictionary, a name, or other personal information like a birthday, address, or anniversary.
Do not share your password with others.
Be sure to log out completely from Grubhub to terminate account access.
Consider employing a password manager through your browser or a third-party provider.
Change your Grubhub for Drivers app password frequently.
Be aware of possible phishing attempts: Phishing is an attempt to acquire your personal information by pretending to represent a website or company you trust online. Phishers will go to great lengths to try to hijack your account or steal your personal information. They may even create fake websites that look real or send official-looking (but fake) emails asking for personal information. Grubhub will never ask for bank account information or credit card details in an email or over the phone. If you're unsure about a link in an email, you can always hover over the link to see where it goes (you'll see the real linked web address at the bottom of most browsers). Keep your devices safe: While Grubhub does not endorse specific vendors, we recommend utilizing a software resource that can be used to prevent and clean up suspected malware or viruses.