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Here's the proof: Uber drivers are ripping off its customers [Who's Driving You?]

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398 Driver
 Posted 4 years, 1 month ago

Check out this classic from Who's Driving You.  Anti-Uber website.

"Imagine yourself at a gas pump. You’ve swiped your card, selected your grade, and you have the nozzle in your hand – you’re ready to pump.

Suddenly, the entire gas station goes dark.

Within seconds, it’s back up and running but with one major change….

The price of gas per gallon just doubled. WHAT? You’re about to be charged two times the amount than you were projected to be charged just moments ago.

This may seem far-fetched, but this exact scenario is happening to Uber riders across the country. Riders are requesting Ubers and drivers are confirmed – only to be cancelled minutes later so that the driver can benefit from surge pricing.

Check out these Twitter testimonials as proof:

More here: http://www.whosdrivingyou.org/blog/heres-the-proof-uber-drivers-are-ripping-off-its-customers

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    86 Rider
     4 years ago
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     4 years ago

    They fixed this, right?  This is the coordinated mass switch-off trick by the drivers?

    No, I now remember.  This was a myth.  No driver groups could manipulate the surge or something.   I read an announcement by Uber.  Yeah...Uber..  fake news?

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    447 Rider Driver Driver
     4 years ago

    All this nonsense is because of uber slashing fares and rightward customers who do not tip. 

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    86 Driver
     3 years ago

    ripping off?  Uber is so cheap compared to taxis.  Taxis still hasn't lowered their rates. What are they talking about.

    I think they have it mistaken.  Uber is ripping off its drivers. Not consumers.  Consumers are reaping the benefits of subsidized rides.

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       1 year ago

      Are you high!  They are trying to charge $90 for a ride I would pay $30 with a normal cab and normally $27-35 on Uber. It’s busy after 9pm on a Sunday which is a lie and they think they have the right to charge $90 which is more expensive than going to an airport 

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     4 years ago

    How is this proof?