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Payday

AngelAdams

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Sooo lyft just asked me to take a survey, basically lyft is turning into a payday loan provider too. Jesus when you think it can’t go any lower, you’re proven wrong. Stay away from these companies y’all.
 

FLKeys

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People desperate for money will do it, and end up paying 30%+ in interest on top of it. They will never get out of debt this way. Sad how they don't teach financial responsibility in school anymore. Hell I went to high school in the 80's and economics was a required class then.
 

AngelAdams

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People desperate for money will do it, and end up paying 30%+ in interest on top of it. They will never get out of debt this way. Sad how they don't teach financial responsibility in school anymore. Hell I went to high school in the 80's and economics was a required class then.
They need to teach money management, economics, and law. In the states if you don’t know law you will always be disadvantaged.
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OY! Just pay me for my rides. On time and correctly.
Legal neither the customer nor lyft have to pay us shit. It’s still considered “donations.”
 
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