I've started to notice that upfront seems to be tied pax ratings. Long or short doesn't matter. The ones uber gouges the least tend to have crazy high ratings, 4.9 - 5.0, often less than actual price.
The 4.5 - 4.8 crowd seem to get a slightly higher price.
No idea about <4.5 because nope.
What is more weird with upfront fares is that uber shows different amounts for the same route depending on which version of rider's app is used!
I keep the older version of the rider's app which i use when driving bcs it's more convenient for the driver. So trying several routes on both...
Lyft rolls out upfront pricing, something Uber's had for a while. Lyft is such an Uber clone, except in the one area where Uber has an advantage over it: Uber shows surge amount in the trip request, Lyft doesn't. You play Lyft Roulette.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Taken for a ride, a DFW family is in shock after discovering a near $400 Uber charge after their first Dallas Cowboys game.
Laurie Smith said about an hour after the Eagles game on...
I thought I would create a new thread on this worrying topic rather than leaving it buried within the "Surge not Showing" thread.
Upfront pricing appears to be on its way, judging by the noises being made elsewhere. Its a new Uber scam that allows Uber to rip off both riders and drivers...
as you may know upfront fares charge higher than the rate would've actually been and the drivers get a 0% cut of the overage. It's a way for over to get 100% of a fare increase. I was just curious of Boston rates have upfront fare yet.