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  1. Lyft
    September 22, 2017 I seem to recall reading that Lyft added something like $1.45 to each fare, for administrate-related expenses. That $1.45 was not shown on our phone, or included for commission calculation. (For example, at drop-off, passengers would see $10.00 on their screen, and the...
  2. News
    http://rydengo.com/ https://www.google.com/amp/s/techcrunch.com/2017/03/30/rydengo-gets-ready-to-take-on-lyft-and-uber/amp/ RydenGo gets ready to take on Lyft and Uber Posted 1 hour ago by Kristen Hall-Geisler (@kristenhg) RydenGo is cooking up a new model for ride hailing. Rather than taking...
  3. Pay
    In the wonderful state of CT... those of us driving on or before Dec 14 , 2015 we at a 20% commission.. Those that signed up on or AFTER December 14, 2015 are paid a 25% commission (All on UberX) UberXL remained at 28%. I started on Dec 5, 2015. My pay has always been at 20%... and then...
  4. Raleigh-Durham
    "DON'T LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN Hey Laz - did you know partners in Raleigh-Durham added over: $3,500 to their pay statements last week because they referred a friend, family member or colleague to drive with Uber!"...
  5. Complaints
    So, I am a new part-time driver (been 1 week now) with 40 trips. I am curious if I am the only one getting shafted with a ridiculous commission rate... (Without including the SRF in overall fare) Could we start a thread on how much people are coughing over to Uber? 1. Type of Uber (UberX...
  6. Los Angeles & Orange County
    Just to satisfy my curiosity (and quite possibly yours as well). Now for those that answer that you are busier than before, state whether or not you are currently driving under the 20% or the 25% commission rate. Have fun. Also this is just for the LA/OC drivers in general.
  7. Raleigh-Durham
    This morning when I initiated the Uber Partner Ap in order to start to drive, I received a new acknowledgement agreement indicating that brand new & future driver partners would be subject to a revised pay scale. It seems like the current percentages are not as profitable as they would like...
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