One thing I am not sure most uber drivers understand. We are most like a franchise. Every time we refer a drive for whatever pay or reward we get, we are cutting into our own profit. Imagine being a franchise owner who helped your parent company start multiple new franchises identical to yours on your block? The parent company would do great but you would lose whatever reward you gained by the direct competition. Sure make 50 dollars but lose 500 that month to that other driver. A temporary boost to your check results in long term loss. Unless its a brand new city you are referring people to, STOP REFERRING DRIVERS> STOP KILLING THE GOOSE so you can get one egg more. Please help me spread the word.