Uber Fish· Banned
I should have a 7.8 rating if that's what the competition are doing. Friggin rediculous.
Wrong. The correct move is to throw it in the trash and tell them you never saw it. In the real world, we have every right to demand a delivery fee, as long as we allow them the option to come collect the item for free. No one will ever force me to drive somewhere and return an item for free.No, you don't get to demand a fee. If you don't want to return it, you can drop it at a police station. Otherwise you're just holding stolen property.
...and btw, as someone who has been transformed into a monstrosity of a human being from doing fuber for too long, the correct move is to take a few bucks without saying anything then just return it.
I agree with the fee. Some folks are great about compensating you but when people don't, it sucks big time... as you lose money deadheading to where they're at.If the driver did indeed demand more money he should be deactivated. But I am a little skeptical of the news media, people panic when they leave their phone or other items in your car. I haven't had it happen a while (I keep an eye on my backseat) but in the past passengers have gone apesh#t trying to get a hold of me, sometimes when you are already on another trip. Uber should charge an automatic flat $20 fee for items left in your car because it's such a hassle.
Agree with this. Lissetti posted a few weeks ago about driving a pax item back to issaquah and no tip!Why is everyone down on the driver? If you leave your purse in McDonalds, do they deliver it to you for free? He has every right to demand a fee. If the owner doesn't like it, they can come get it themselves.
Spot on. Just taking it to them and hoping you get a tip sounds silly to me. When a pax ask if I saw an item I ask them when they can come pick it up. they usually offer to pay and if they say they cannot, I tell them I will take it to the police station.You can do both and be right. Tell PAX if they'd like it returned to them at their location you'd be happy to deliver for a cost. In the same conversation tell them their property will otherwise be dropped off at the nearest police station to your current location and you'll inform them where that is as soon as you drop it off. Shows them hey either pay me to bring it to you or you'll pay money to uber or drive yourself to pick it up from whatever police station you are near.
Not holding it hostage. They can come get it for free. If they want it delivered, they're gonna pay.lol the real world? I'd like to see how a judge responds to that argument. "but officer, here in the real world I'm allowed to hold other people's property hostage!"
You can use one of those handy mail drop boxes located at the end of any bus shelter.Wrong. The correct move is to throw it in the trash and tell them you never saw it. In the real world, we have every right to demand a delivery fee, as long as we allow them the option to come collect the item for free. No one will ever force me to drive somewhere and return an item for free.