After a long chat with someone at the hub today, I found some very interesting insight into the ways uber changes driver pay. I actually spoke with someone who was a driver previously and he was definitely on my side when I complained about the driver pay decrease. He said that he saw this before in San Diego and that Uber raised them after enough drivers complained. When i called in, the woman in the Phillipines didn't seem to care or listen. When i went into the hub, i got lucky and actually spoke to an employee whom had previously driven( they aren't allowed to drive when working there- i have been told it's a conflict of interest). He said he would make note of it and make sure my voice was heard, but definitely encouraged me to complain through the "feedback" part of the help section in our apps. There are a million reasons why San Diego drivers deserve more pay than .65/Mile i.e. cost of living, gas prices, the fact that we have to drive 20 plus miles to pick people up just to have them cancel.... PAX are paying the same rates and we get a decrease? If we all complain multiple times in writing and at the hub they won't have a choice.