UberEATS has agreed to pay a $1,946,874 fine in New Jersey for failing to comply with a federal law banning ride-hailing companies from using food stamp programs.
UberEATS said it has agreed with the New Jersey Department of Consumer Protection to pay the fine, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNBC.
The settlement comes a day after UberEAT agreed to settle a similar case in New Hampshire, Reuters reported, citing an UberEaters attorney.
In New York, the company agreed to repay $1 million to the city’s consumer protection agency, the AP reported.