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Non U/L drivers trying to poach U/L Pax

Hello, I’m trying to see if this is happening to anyone else or if this is a trend; for the third time in the past week I’ve had a non U/L trying to poach my pax as I pulled up. I’m in the philly area and I’m noticing this happens a lot. This seems very dangerous and another disaster waiting to happen. Anyone else market has this issue?
 

Surgeio

Well-Known Member
Taxis try to poach my passengers all the time, and sometimes they succeed. It's an easy cancel fee when it happens.
 

kcdrvr15

Well-Known Member
I'm a taxi/lyft/limo driver and I poach other's pax's any chance I get. The pax don't care, all they want is transportation, NOW! You want to survive in this gig, you got to adapt. Depending on your market, your mileage may differ.
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This seems very dangerous and another disaster waiting to happen.
What, like criminal uber drivers kidnapping and rating women ?
Or maybe deranged uber pax that assault their drivers ?

What makes you think being "uber" makes the service safer than other car services ?
 
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I'm not talking about taxis, I'm witnessing the pax getting into a car where the unknown driver offer to do the ride for cash. One time a pax called me telling me they got into the wrong car and to come get them a mile away from pickup and they're scared, I declined and cancelled.



I'm a taxi/lyft/limo driver and I poach other's pax's any chance I get. The pax don't care, all they want is transportation, NOW! You want to survive in this gig, you got to adapt. Depending on your market, your mileage may differ.
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What, like criminal uber drivers kidnapping and rating women ?
Or maybe deranged uber pax that assault their drivers ?

What makes you think being "uber" makes the service safer than other car services ?
 
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