Hi all. I started my inquiries about this problem last night, and you were all very helpful and sympathetic. I called and emailed Lyft all night, needless to say, very upset. So just now, 12 hours later, my background check arrived and it's all clear. I don't believe it would have been this fast if I hadn't pressed really hard. Here are the facts: Lyft / Uber rely on our lack of legal counsel and overall 'individuality' to make us believe we can be messed with in this way. The fact is they can't. No contract permits any party to act with ill-intent. Suspending contracts without notification or a good reason harms the other party. The ill-intent comes from the fact that they can do this better (without harming people) if they wanted. So when we are engaged in this contract, they have an obligation not to harm, as opposed to a permission to do whatever they feel like for expediency or greed. We are stronger than we think, specially now that they are a public corporation. So do yourself a favor: fight. Tell them we'll bring a class-action suit for harming contractors for no reason, and for not doing better something trivial like this. Good luck and thank you. P.S.: Last night I signed up for DoorDash and Checkr sent me my background check in less than 1 hour. I forwarded it to Lyft to support my argument that they were harming people unnecessarily.