So I am relatively new to Lyft, and I have never driven for Uber. From what I understand Lyft claims it keeps 20%. Lately I've had some passengers tell me what they paid for the ride and after doing the math it looks like Lyft is getting 50% of the fare in many cases! How is this not illegal? So the base fare where I live is 3 dollars and every time I ask the pax what they paid it's usually 6 dollars and I only get 3 of that. It seems like on short rides Lyft takes about 50% the other day I had a ride that was about 100 miles and the guy showed me on his phone what he paid at the end of the Lyft took 40 dollars of the fair, leaving me with about 65% of the fare instead of the promised 80%.... So what gives? I even checked my dashboard and Lyft lied about what the pax paid. It basically reconciled it with what would have been an 80/20 split, but, after looking at what the pax actually paid (on his phone) I could see that it was WRONG and I was getting fleeced. How is this ok? Anyone else notice this with Lyft? Can anyone explain this to me???