Um, one thing I always hated about Lyft is that they showed our earnings before any fees (vs Uber that actually shows you your cut after their fees), so the Lyft app always showed a great high amount but in reality it was much less. For example if I did a $10 ride, Lyft was like "you made $10, way to go son..." and when I went to cash out they showed the actual amount I was getting, say $7. So with a week worth of rides, the app can make a driver think they made $500 if every night he saw a $100 in there, and when they pay you out they take their fees out and you get $400 or whatever it is. I hope that makes sense. I'm sure it's done on purpose to make it look like you're making more money than you actually are. Could this be the issue?