Is it wrong for a driver to expect the courtesy of acknowledgement when you arrive at a pick up? Got a pick up request from Discover card in Deerfield. The pin said building one, but in all fairness the rider sent me a text and said they're actually building two. I arrive at building two, ask a few people standing on the curb if they were the rider and they said no. I called the rider and there was no answer. After a couple minutes I called the rider a couple more times still no answer. I text them and reconfirmed if they were really a building two or building one. I got a reply he's at building two, and I saw the person that seem to be on the phone that was only 20 yards away. I waited a couple more minutes and canceled. That's when the rider who was in that group that was only 20 yards away came over and complain that I need to wait. He stated "I'm talking to my boss and not going to interrupt him for you " I told him he was rude and that I canceled the trip and that was that. I most certainly would've been patient if he just responded and let me know that he was close by and that by chance I was not in the wrong location. My thought is that don't order a ride until your ready to go and be ready and available for the driver. Is this the wrong thought process?