You should be also able to get them on the fact that the ammendium you have agreed to is a percentage based commission. If they are going to change that, they should be paying the driver a set mile/minute fee. Otherwise the driver is entitled to the full percentage of what the client paysThis has been discussed on this forum before. Nothing legally wrong with upfront pricing, just unethical as heck. Where you can get them
Is on the sales taxes. When they charge upfront they are still taking the sales tax of the top.
Save your evidence. A class action suit should be popping up soon
No it is a method for uber to make extra profits on every ride - effectively raising the rates for them - while giving us no such price increaseNow passengers think that we make even more money. It is an illusion to make us look rich.
Uber should buy them dinner and a pack of smokes before they violate them.Newbies are getting................... I'm trying to find a not offensive word ............... Violated? Yes. That's the word.
Newbies are getting Violated. Hahahahahahahaha