Posts by JBachman
Drivers: How do you feel about Uber banning riders with low rating?
Why do people expect so much out of an Uber when it costs less than a cab?
What are the circumstances in which an Uber driver can refuse to give someone a ride?
Am I supposed to be tipping the food delivery drivers and bicylists? (UberEats, DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates, etc.)
Yes, but I wouldn't pay the extra
This is hilarious:
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?