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Received this email from Uber. They are really trying to put the breaks on Juno ad display :

Hi Xxxxx,

We recently emailed you letting you know that displaying advertisements for other apps to Uber riders is against Uber's Terms of Service. Not only is this against Uber's Terms of Service but it is also prohibited by the TLC, Rule 80-15G. We wanted to make sure you knew so that you didn't incur action from the TLC.

We value the time and commitment you put in to get your TLC license, and would never want you to do something that risks violating TLC regulations.

Thanks for being an Uber partner.

- Your NYC Uber Team
 

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Received this email from Uber. They are really trying to put the breaks on Juno ad display :

Hi Xxxxx,

We recently emailed you letting you know that displaying advertisements for other apps to Uber riders is against Uber's Terms of Service. Not only is this against Uber's Terms of Service but it is also prohibited by the TLC, Rule 80-15G. We wanted to make sure you knew so that you didn't incur action from the TLC.

We value the time and commitment you put in to get your TLC license, and would never want you to do something that risks violating TLC regulations.

Thanks for being an Uber partner.

- Your NYC Uber Team
LOL Uber couldn't be any more incorrect.

You are permitted to advertise CAR SERVICES AND CAR SERVICE APPS, but only that. You can't run another business in the vehicle and advertise services non related to car service. Some car services give you business cards with ride discounts. Prestige and Mega in the Bronx do this often.

You should reply back and tell them to learn the TLC rules before scaring you.
 

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"We value the time and commitment you put in to get your TLC license, and would never want you to do something that risks violating TLC regulations."...I maybe wrong but , isn't this the same company that sends you illegal requests out of NYC that they know we are not allowed to do, thus violating TLC regulations?
This needs a mega-like.
 

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My God....Fuber is so pathetic and desperate...hopefully nobody is really scared of their emails ...TLC coulf care less if you display Juno in your car ...Just like cars with the Uber "U" and Lyft "Pink Mustaches" on front of their front wind shield.
 

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Ha Ha Ha When did Guber start worrying about Rules and Regulations ???
Uber is Illegal in Philly as of Today but they are Saying its ok to Drive.Follow the Rule Guber tell Drivers its not Ok to Drive its aFkkingg Illegal.The Judge Said.
Only when it effects You.
Nice Try Fuber.
You can go to HELL,right about NOW.
 

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Received this email from Uber. They are really trying to put the breaks on Juno ad display :

Hi Xxxxx,

We recently emailed you letting you know that displaying advertisements for other apps to Uber riders is against Uber's Terms of Service. Not only is this against Uber's Terms of Service but it is also prohibited by the TLC, Rule 80-15G. We wanted to make sure you knew so that you didn't incur action from the TLC.

We value the time and commitment you put in to get your TLC license, and would never want you to do something that risks violating TLC regulations.

Thanks for being an Uber partner.

- Your NYC Uber Team
I would reply this
" suck my ---- "

N btw you still ubering ?
 
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Received this email from Uber. They are really trying to put the breaks on Juno ad display :

Hi Xxxxx,

We recently emailed you letting you know that displaying advertisements for other apps to Uber riders is against Uber's Terms of Service. Not only is this against Uber's Terms of Service but it is also prohibited by the TLC, Rule 80-15G. We wanted to make sure you knew so that you didn't incur action from the TLC.

We value the time and commitment you put in to get your TLC license, and would never want you to do something that risks violating TLC regulations.

Thanks for being an Uber partner.

- Your NYC Uber Team
This only adds up more dirt to the great collection of Uber contradictions.
According to Uber, Uber is a "software company". If this really was a violation of TLC rules, then wouldnt it be up to the TNC to punish the drivers with a fine?
I didn't know that Uber now has a batch that says "NY State Police".
If Uber is not a transportation company then what business do they have with this?
Uber is contradicting itself again about the drivers being independent contractors.
 
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