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If you feel scammed collect evidence and report it to your state’s Attorneys General and the FTC.
If you don’t want to be bothered doing that I guess it’s not a big deal after all.
 

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Dara doesn't care, and he would have cut your pay even more if he thought you would take the job at a lower pay rate!
True true, Dara (AKA the Fresh Prince of Persia) as a CEO...was hired to make more money for FUber's shareholders and of course himself, so scamming you (along with pax) is in his job description, he's only doing his job, so to say.
 

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True true, Dara (AKA the Fresh Prince of Persia) as a CEO...was hired to make more money for FUber's shareholders and of course himself, so scamming you (along with pax) is in his job description, he's only doing his job, so to say.
True, can’t fault the man for doing his job even if he is doing us without lube and kissing us first!
 

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I like how they don't reduce the fees they receive for the 2nd or 3rd delivery, but they cut our base pay to pennies for those.
They've been pulling that scam since 2016.

In the early days of Eats, drivers were paid well (sounds familiar, doesn't it?). They were paid a Pickup Fee, a Dropoff Fee and they were paid for mileage.

In the early days drivers were paid Pickup Fees for ALL orders including multi-orders. So drivers with double or triple orders were paid two or three Pickup Fees.

Then in 2016, Uber decided they were only going to pay drivers ONE Pickup Fee per trip regardless of how many orders got delivered. Uber pocketed the additional fees for themselves.

On top of the Pickup Fee theft Uber slashed the pay rates in 2016. Most of the veteran drivers quit in 2016 after the massive paycuts and Pickup Fee theft.

By the time I started in 2017 the pay was much lower than the year before.
 
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