I had a weird thing happen last night/early this morning. I went to a pick up at a hotel near the airport and through the app messaged my rider that I was in the turnaround near the checkin desk. She told me she was looking for me and didn't see me. She then asked what check in desk and I told her at the hotel. She said she was at the convenience store next door. No problem sometimes the app locations aren't exactly right so I pull over to the convenience store. The timer is running towards cancelation this whole time and I let her know that I am in front of the convenience store (I was the only car in the lot) and waited the full time to cancel. I canceled and got paid for the cancelation and pulled away. I got about a half mile down the road and the same ride tried to ping me. I ignored it. Fast forward to 2:15 this morning a full 2 hours after I logged out and 3 and a half hours after I canceled the ride, I get a phone call. It is the person that I canceled the ride on. "Hi, this M***** you know the one you canceled the ride on earlier, are you still out driving because Uber is telling me no drivers available. I was dead asleep and told her that I was off the clock and asleep. That was creepy that a canceled customer could still call me 2 hours after I logged out and over 3 hours after the cancelation. How is that possible and why would they allow that?