After reading some of the threads on here and other social media about it, I am now convinced that instant pay is the single most exploitative tool that Uber has to allow them to take advantage of people. Paycheck to paycheck is so 2000s. Now people can't go 6 hours without getting paid or they'll starve?!?!??
Not for anything, but if your ability to plan for known and certain expenses is so poor that you need to use instant pay for your daily fill up you have no business being in business for yourself. You are the reason this job pays used dog food. I bet you made more money at McDonalds and flipping burgers is probably a better career move for you anyway. I hear they're hiring
Let’s create a list of gripes! Come on and vent.
I’ll start with #1, then the next poster lists #2, and so on...
1.) Drive thrus!!!! The answer is “NO!!!!” I will not sit in this drive thru line for 15mins for free on a minfare! Wtf?! Screw over an eager Eats Driver if you want McDonalds at 3am.
When you no show a child, it's a good idea to report it to Uber in case the child files a false report in retaliation. I phoned Uber support to report it, which started the following exchange. Where do they find these people, Morons R Us?
Hmmm..... I seem to remember Uber sending me an email a few days ago. Now, what was the title. Let's see....
Yeah uh-huh, they've got my back. Total morons.
This is Uber’s second major brand overhaul in less than three years. The Uber logo, in particular, has been tweaked over time, but it was still been an imposing, all-caps monolith. The word UBER was a visual manspread, evoking the members only corporate club from Uber’s roots as an on-demand black car service for Silicon Valley’s elite. The app icon was a confounding, highly controversial circuitboard thing that seemed only tangentially related....
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