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This is hilarious:
As Jen Dick here points out, it looks like it’s a classic case of the Scunthorpe problem, in which someone is blocked from a website for having a username that is deemed to be obscene. The problem was named after an incident in 1996 in which AOL’s profanity filter prevented residents of the town of Scunthorpe in the UK from creating accounts, because the town’s name contains a four-letter word that I don’t think I’m allowed to say.
I’ve always wondered whether the flat fee (for each booking) would be feasible economically. It’s almost like an app usage fee.
Perhaps not so much like a rideshare company, but a popular smartphone app that drivers and riders both use to find each other. Zero customer service offered. Just pure person-to-person platform.
I wonder how many drivers get deactivated as a result. Trying to see if many do get bumped or many do manage to stay over 4.6.
OMG. So morbid
Really? That seems so harsh.
4.6 is one 1-star rating out of ten. It's four 4-star ratings out of ten. (assuming the rest are all 5) I guess it's whatever works. and on a curve.
I wasn’t trying to get out of paying the poor driver. For one, there is a delivery fee and up-charge for ordering through these services. I as a customer have no idea how much of that they are being paid. For two, I have no idea how much they’re being compensated by the companies.
Not to mention I have no idea how much to even tip.
I feel this is a valid question and something consumers would like to know when we are discussing a business that is new and people aren’t familiar with. Hey, at least I ask because I care. (Better then those who don’t.)
So how much do you tip?