Deactivated yet?

Trebor

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Anybody with the pink sticker who has not renewed, have you been deactivated by Uber?
 

Quester

Member
If I only do one trip per month to stay active and do not pick up in the COH would I need to have the sticker renewed?
 

UberCadi

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If I only do one trip per month to stay active and do not pick up in the COH would I need to have the sticker renewed?
However, if you don't tell them you want your profile set to outlying areas only...wait for it...wait for it...you will be deactivated!!
 

darkshy77

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So much for people getting deactivated I'm sitting at the hobby Uber lot looking at 3 cars with expired sticker
 

Quester

Member
However, if you don't tell them you want your profile set to outlying areas only...wait for it...wait for it...you will be deactivated!!
So far, I am still active. Just tried going online and it let me. No warnings or anything except in my documents it shows the sticker as expired.
 

Quester

Member
So much for people getting deactivated I'm sitting at the hobby Uber lot looking at 3 cars with expired sticker
I suspect they will be monitoring to see if those with expired stickers pick up in the COH. Like when you first start if you don't get your TNC. When someone violates the protocol, they will be out within the next 30 days. Just my thoughts.
 

UberCadi

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We need to do our due diligence and report anyone still on expired and working in COH or airports. That's BS. Your operating illegally.
 

UberCadi

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Should go to Uber and Trebor had a post yesterday with a list of Houston emails that seem to get some response that it would get forward on to the ARA.
 

More Cowbell

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Trebor, good email list, no doubt. But the issue isn't with ARA enforcing, actually, I've seen a lot of recent ARA at the Bush lot. Never hobby. Issue is with Uber, as usual. They could care less.

What's the email for the local Uber gm? He should be on it, everyone else cc'ed. I'm gonna start reporting, along with license plates. From a secondary email address of course, Uber will find a way to kick me off in a heartbeat.
 

Weatherdawg

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Trebor, good email list, no doubt. But the issue isn't with ARA enforcing, actually, I've seen a lot of recent ARA at the Bush lot. Never hobby. Issue is with Uber, as usual. They could care less.

What's the email for the local Uber gm? He should be on it, everyone else cc'ed. I'm gonna start reporting, along with license plates. From a secondary email address of course, Uber will find a way to kick me off in a heartbeat.
Take pictures of the violator's vehicle and plate when you email it in. I have seen cars vanish from the lots after that.
 

Trebor

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Trebor, good email list, no doubt. But the issue isn't with ARA enforcing, actually, I've seen a lot of recent ARA at the Bush lot. Never hobby. Issue is with Uber, as usual. They could care less.

What's the email for the local Uber gm? He should be on it, everyone else cc'ed. I'm gonna start reporting, along with license plates. From a secondary email address of course, Uber will find a way to kick me off in a heartbeat.
I have not figured out his e-mail but this is his Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/sarfraz I wrote him one day, but he never responded. Could be by e-mail is in his junk folder or he doesn't care to read it. (probably the latter)


I am also going to start adding that Nikki address to my correspondence. She is a manager of vehicles for hire, so she is the one we want to contact through ARA.

I do like the idea to cc uber on there. [email protected] ; [email protected] should suffice.
 
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