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How much would you pay to guarantee your rating never drops below 5 stars?

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breakingbread
234 Rider Driver
 Posted 10 months, 4 weeks ago

Just think about it, you could decline rude passengers or tell someone off for being a jerk without it hurting your rating.

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    momof4
    8153 Rider Driver
     10 months ago

    $0. It is nice though on my private rides I still do through the apps knowing that I am guaranteed 5 stars. Much easier to relax. My ratings are at 4.95 on Uber and 4.98 on Lyft. Thankfully I dont need to pay for 5 stars.

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    jutre
    121 Driver
     10 months ago

    How about "How much would I pay to be gauranteed only decent pax". If I could guarantee that I would never get any a**holes on my trips I would be so much happier. Plus I would make back my money in tips.

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    odjel
    38 Rider Driver
     10 months ago

    How about 0. It's not hard to maintain a good rating, just dont be a dick.

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    JavierX
    207 Driver
     10 months ago

    Everyone else is answering this wrong.

    If you pay this fee, basically it protects your business as an Uber driver.  You will now not have to worry about being deactivated by Uber and collect all the perks reserved for high-rated drivers.

    We all run our businesses, and there is value in such an insurance policy IMO.  $50 a month.

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    DonutDrivers
    246 Driver Driver
     10 months ago

    Like an insurance policy? 

    So if I pay this amount, I can be big jerks to customers and I'd still have 5 stars?  I don't have the urge to be a jerk, so I don't see the value in it. 

    On second though...I can also be bulletproof to real nasty riders and those who we all know will leave you bad ratings.  This will also buy me the freedom to defend myself against and speak back at horrific riders. Ok, that may be worth something

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    PhilDorfman
    45 Driver
     10 months ago  (edited 10 months ago)

    I don’t understand the question.