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Grubhub, the popular online grocery store, is taking steps to make sure customers can get their money back.
The grocery giant has partnered with an online lender called KeyBank, which will help customers get their lost and stolen keys back.
It’s part of a larger effort to help make sure online businesses can recover lost or stolen keys from customers who have reported them.
“This is a huge initiative to make it easier for people to report a lost or damaged key and get their keys back,” said Greg Gossage, GrubHub’s director of customer service.
He said customers who report lost keys or stolen property can get reimbursed $100 for each key or $20 for a single item.
“The key and the item are the same,” Mr Gossages said.
“We’ll be providing them to customers at no cost and we’ll also refund the cost of the keys if customers return the item.”
KeyBank will also help customers report missing keys and recover their keys.
The KeyBank program will allow customers to get their missing or damaged keys reimbursed.
They can then use the money they’ve received to buy items, like groceries or cars.
“It’s really helpful to have this support from an online company,” Mr Cavanagh said.
The online lender is a partnership between Grubhack and the KeyBank.
GrubHack said it provides customers with free money transfers, and that it provides refunds to customers on credit cards.
KeyBank is a subsidiary of a global banking group that provides customer services for more than 100 companies.