Bag Handler – FAQ

Bag Handler FAQ

1. Is it safe being a Bag Handler?

Every person who books with Bagation leaves a digital fingerprint which makes it possible for us to identify the user. We track and save all digital trace (IP) and ensure identity on all customers by demanding the use of Credit Card before being able to drop any luggage.

We enable Social Profile access or email, name and phone number. In addition to this, every Bag handler is entitled to ask for ID if they feel it's necessary and are always in their right to be shown the contents of the luggage to ensure no illegal items are being stored in the luggage before leaving it at the shop. We recommend bag handlers to take pictures of items received to ensure the correct bags are being returned.

This ensure that Bagation is a safe and convenient way to store luggage.

As long as you have a space to store one luggage, you are eligible to become a bag handler. However, we recommend to have a space to store at least 3 or more luggages so that you will earn more as we pay you per piece of luggage.

2. What is the space needed to be a Bag Handler?

As long as you have a space to store one luggage, you are eligible to become a bag handler. However, we recommend to have a space to store at least 3 or more luggages so that you will earn more as we pay you per piece of luggage

3. How much income will I generate per luggage?

It depends on how much time the person stores their luggage with you. On average people will store 2-3 pieces of luggage for minimum 3 hours.

We give you a fixed commision per luggage per hour. Bag Handlers will receive 60% of booking payment while 40% goes to Bagation.

4. How does it work? Is there any cash handling involved?

No. All done via online. Every Bag Handler must have an needs to have an account with Stripe. When the travellers book their luggage into your place, they authorize Bagation to charge them for the hours spent storing their luggage. You may check your ‘Storage History’ within the app to check on your upcoming bookings.

5. What is Stripe?  

Stripe is a payment integration system. It’s software allows individuals and businesses to receive payments over the internet. Stripe provides the technical, fraud prevention, and banking infrastructure required to operate online payment systems. Some of their biggest clientele includes Amazon, Facebook, Deliveroo and many more.