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Uber Eats Merchant Partners Anti-Money Laundering Verification

7 月 31 日 / 台灣

Uber Eats officially became an onshore company in February 2021. To provide localized services to consumers and merchants and to comply with the domestic regulations, pursuant to the Payment Processing Special Terms of the Uber Eats Master Framework Agreement, Article 5 and Article 7 of the Money Laundering Control Act, and other relevant regulations, Uber Eats is obliged by law to confirm relevant information of the merchants on the platform. The process includes obtaining identity information, verification, and continuous risk assessment.


What You Need to Do

The invoice information you have submitted to Uber Eats Manager indicates your business structure according to the government taxation registration; Therefore, you should provide the required documents below:

💡 Please note that depending on the documents provided, Uber Eats may ask for other relevant documents.

💡 Should you need to update your invoice information, please follow the instructions below to enter the Uber Eats Manager. To modify, please read the guidelines and submit corresponding documents.

Business Structure

⚠️ Should you have any concerns regarding your business structure, please check here and enter your government uniform invoice number to confirm, thank you!


Document Submission Guidelines


How to Upload a Verification Document

  1. Log in to the Uber Eats Manager and click on「文件 (file)」on the left.
  2. Click on 「新增 (insert)」on the right of the required documents.
  3. Upload the required documents for verification (drag and drop PDF, JPG, or TIFF files. The file size limit is 5 M.B.)

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