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  1. Technology
    Limit your location sharing by these 2 providers. AT&T at: http://www.att.com/cpni/optout Verizon at: http://www.verizonwireless.com/myprivacy/
  2. Houston
    If, like me, on or around April 10th, you agreed to a new Terms of Use with Lyft. From the day you accepted, you have 30 days to opt-out of arbitration with respect to Driver Claims. Must be in writing. It was a ***** to find in the Terms and I'm convinced when I accessed the Terms elsewhere...
  3. Washington DC
    I was just contacted because I opted out. I doubt I'll see money, but I'm so ready to send them anything they want to squeeze Uber for cheating us drivers.
  4. Rockland & Westchester
    Isn't chaos fun? Nothing like a last minute political showdown on Wednesday June 28th, the day before the new law is supposed to take effect on Thursday June 29th. Gotta love Westchester County politics. Will anybody discuss or champion the 10,000 drivers that have signed up to drive for Uber in...
  5. Los Angeles & Orange County
    Curious if this has happened to anyone else. I started keeping track 3 days ago, but started to take notice almost a week ago now. I have not recieved a single Uberpool request yet I have not attempted to opt-out in any way. I have been thinking about it. Reading up on it quite a bit lately...
  6. Los Angeles & Orange County
    Uber listens as long as it fits into its' agenda. How many times have you asked to opt out of pool? How come your requests fall on deaf ears? If opting out of pool was a positive PR move, Uber would grant your request faster than a pitch by Clayton Kershaw. I am sure that you have received...
  7. Lyft
    So anyone getting the updated contract agreement? and also, I don't think there is a way to opt out!
  8. Washington DC
    Not me, from the L.A. Boards. I will try this. I'm sure I'll get the runaround from Rohit & the rest of the Bangalore Mafia but it's worth a try. https://uberpeople.net/threads/confirmed-opted-out-of-pool.101631/
  9. Advocacy
    Even if you are beyond the 30 days from the December 11, 2015 acceptance of Uber's new terms, please send an email to [email protected] with your name & state asking to "opt out" of Uber's new arbitration terms. The arbitration process most often favors the big guy. Attorney advice: Do this...
  10. Dallas
    If you haven't done so, read through this, via one of our friends in Chicago, It is on the scrolling banner /\ up there for the full post.
  11. Dallas
    Generally, class action suits benefit employees/former employees quite a bit. I don't like to be bound to arbitration, so I'm thinking of opting out. What about you?
  12. Notifications
    Received: December 11, 2015, Beginning today, the next time you log onto the Uber app, you will receive a pop-up notification about a new driver-partner agreement. You will be prompted to accept the new agreement before you can continue to go online and begin accepting trips. However, you have...
  13. Advice
    (from the US Nov 2014 Partner Agreement) viii. Your Right To Opt Out Of Arbitration. Arbitration is not a mandatory condition of your contractual relationship with the Company. If you do not want to be subject to this Arbitration Provision, you may opt out of this Arbitration Provision by...
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