Working together to help the restaurants we love
The need to put Take-Out, Curbside Pickup and Delivery front and center to customers will be necessary for the next several months.
Exclusively for small, independently owned restaurants in Southern California, we are committing to provide (6) months of subsidized (low-cost) online ordering as an alternative to existing online food delivery services that are taking a big bite out of revenues and profits.
Recover Up to 97% of Online Food
Order & Delivery Revenues
NO COMMISSIONS | NO MONTHLY FEES | NO SURPRISES
Disclosure of fees:
$135 onetime setup fee, free (optional) connection to your Stripe account for faster payouts, and card processing fee of 2.9% +$0.30 per transaction.
A per-transaction "Service Fee" a $0.79 is charged to consumers to help offset the administration of collecting and remitting Sales and Use Tax. Refer to the State of California's Marketplace Facilitator Act of October 2019.
A Win-Win-Win-Win for:
✓ Owners: Using food delivery apps to serve repeat customers is unsustainable. Saving 20%-30% in fees can help keep doors open and people employed.
✓ Employees: Add a "Custom" button for customers who want to give extra to show their love for your staff. Funds are itemized and linked to the restaurant's bank account.
✓ Customers: By eliminating markups and service fees of up to 30% charged to your customers, you are adding value and incentivizing them to visit more frequently.
✓ City/State: Unburdening restaurant of the responsibility to file audit-ready Sales and Use Tax on time, helps our Cities to provide essential services to our communities.
FREE COMMUNITY SUPPORT AND RESOURCES
Subsidies are partly underwritten by Socialincs’ technology partners, team, cofounders and investors. Socialincs, Inc., is a technology-assisted marketing group based in Orange County, California. It is a sister company of Opis, which facilitated the acclaimed program to help “100 Businesses for 100 Days” in conjunction with (14) cities including Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Santa Ana, and San Bernardino back in 2010.