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Uber, when challenged about a private hire and rideshare differences regarding hire and reward policy issues, will refuse to understand and give an automated respond saying that opting-out is not possible.

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Well you don't really get more... The customer saves money... They get their fee. And another driver misses out on a job. Also if your signing contracts agreeing to terms... Doesn't that make you an employee. ?? Because most other companies don't require you to sign contracts. And adhere to silly contractual rules in fear of being deactivated.
 

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Uber, when challenged about a private hire and rideshare differences regarding hire and reward policy issues, will refuse to understand and give an automated respond saying that opting-out is not possible.

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Don't waste your time challenging the copy/paste muppets at Uber HQ. Simply leave UberPoop requests to time out and ignore any threats.

The algorithm will eventually remove you from UberPoop in due course.
 
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