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I am so happy i got deactivated

Mean_Judge

Active Member
So guys i want to let you all know since i got deactivated in December i am so happy i am out of uber. First couple months i was trying to get back reactivated, just like many of you did. But uber policy is Once you out. you out forever.

So after Amazon Flex came across. You deliver packages for a decent pay. I am delivering since February and i am very happy. I hate myself i was doing Uber. I had to deal with cheap, disrespectful bastards. Wipe the puke almost every weekend and lots of miserable stuff for less then a dollar a mile. Time to time i checking this forum but looks like things hasn`t change a lot.

Bottom line , THERE ARE LOT OF OPTIONS guys, dont let uber treat you like a dirty rag. Move on. I am with Amazon flex now, making same money and free every friday saturday night !!!

Still thinking ?
 

steveK2016

Well-Known Member
If you want to deliver packages full time, and from what I hear Amazon Flex doesn't pay as well as some may think, why not drive for UPS? I hear they pay their drivers $30 an hour + over time + health care + paid vacations + not driving your own vehicle and gas.
 

105398

Well-Known Member
I don't get the point of "trying" to get deactivated when one decides they're done driving for Uber. (not saying the OP tried, but some make posts about "going out in style")

If I decide to completely stop I'll remain active, do the one ride a month or whatever - and keep it as an option for the rare super high super high opportunities (snowstorms, football games, etc)
 

Back it up Uber

Active Member
If you want to deliver packages full time, and from what I hear Amazon Flex doesn't pay as well as some may think, why not drive for UPS? I hear they pay their drivers $30 an hour + over time + health care + paid vacations + not driving your own vehicle and gas.
Yeah, but to be a UPS driver you have to first "pay your dues" sort of speak by working warehouse first for awhile. If it was that easy, thousands of people would be applying for the job.
 

Wardell Curry

Well-Known Member
I don't get the point of "trying" to get deactivated when one decides they're done driving for Uber. (not saying the OP tried, but some make posts about "going out in style")

If I decide to completely stop I'll remain active, do the one ride a month or whatever - and keep it as an option for the rare super high super high opportunities (snowstorms, football games, etc)
That doesn't work for some people especially in markets where you have continuous exorbitant expenses like a monthly commercial insurance to pay for.
 
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