Just say no to lyft...

Goduckies

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Trying them again this week since I have a crappy uber offer and they sure do love to @@@ with u... I did a drop off at SFO tonight and lyft and uber were surging got back to back ping back out. Get to end of ride... no surge... figured I would give them one more chance and see if they would screw me... yup they did. Better for the driver my ass...
 

Okphillip

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refer to my profile pic....you will get this all day long too with Lyft! And what's with that stupid phone buzzing at you after you acknowledge you didn't accept a request? Lyft is patronizing and passive-aggressive! John and Logan- you and your "community" can go @@@@ yourselves!
 

UberAnt39

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refer to my profile pic....you will get this all day long too with Lyft! And what's with that stupid phone buzzing at you after you acknowledge you didn't accept a request? Lyft is patronizing and passive-aggressive! John and Logan- you and your "community" can go &%[email protected]!* yourselves!
The Lyfties live in more of a silly Millenial bubble than even the Uberites. I don't think they're deliberately trying to annoy the chest off drivers with their puerile messages & golly gee wow pronouncements, they've drunk the pink kook-aid and are truly that clueless.
They're also more limited in their choices 'cos they have no money and are just hoping someone, anyone will buy them.
Unless Big Orange & Rocket Man do go toe to toe the investor class seems happy to keep rewarding profligate, unrestrained waste & spending over relatively responsible use of resources. But things can change fast.
 

BenDrivin

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All PAX, even Duber, "isn't Lyft much better for the driver"? If you like childish head games, endless frustration, regular 30min. away pick ups, false pay statements, a chalkboard screeching voice that tells you who your picking up and states " you've arrived" when you a block away. Ect. all!
If I'm dealing with an arse, I want to know up front, Uber has let me know!
 

Luber4.9

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https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/09/lyft-co-founders-interview

If profitability was the No. 1 goal we were driving toward today, we could be profitable right now. What we’re investing in is future growth.

 
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