I'm giving advice in this thread, not asking for it. Please - I beg of you- try to fight the overwhelming urge to post your weekly earnings on this site when you do unusually well. I get it, and I am jealous. High numbers don't come easily and it's obvious anyone making good money doing the rideshare thing is working very hard; it's truly commendable. That being said, all you're doing when you post your unusually high week's pay on UP.net is guaranteeing 3,000 new drivers will be signed up in your market by Monday. Essentially you just cemented the fact that you'll never see those numbers again. It also gives any pax reading this site (and pax DO read this site) the false idea that every driver is bringing in numbers like yours regularly, hence lowering the chance of them tipping on their next ride since drivers are "making bank" (which we all know is laughable). I've had conversations with pax who had been told by previous drivers of theirs that making $8,000 per month driving Uber X was the norm. This pax truly thought it was easy for drivers to make $2,000 a week and told me about how past drivers talked about huge bonuses (quests) and the surges drivers receive..... I laughed out loud when this guy told me that he thought $2000 per week was an average amount for an X driver to make. And shockingly (not really) this pax didn't tip. Why would he? Next time you feel the need to post screenshots of your week, remember that you're just encouraging every Tom, Richard and Harry to become an Uber driver because it's "easy money". Which is essentially like taking money out of your wallet and putting it in someone else's.