A riled-up New York restaurateur got a refund of more than $10,000 from Grubhub after he complained about five years’ worth of bogus fees for phone calls that had nothing to do with food orders, The Post has learned.

The restaurant owner says he first learned about the wrongful charges from last month’s exclusive report in The Post, which detailed how Grubhub has been billing restaurants between $5 and $9 for any call longer than 45 seconds — even if the customer was simply checking on the status of an order, asking what’s on the menu or complaining that the food arrived cold.

At first, the restaurant owner says Grubhub, which also owns Seamless, told him it could only refund him fees going back for 60 days — a line that numerous other restaurants say they’ve also been handed by the company.

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