A dogs house you can buy.Technically you can buy a house with Uber income, just that it won't be in the uk n won't be made from bricks or wood.
Exactly, if makes people assume that it's that easy, it's misleading them. This is directed at people with low income that would need a second job - no amount of driving can get you to buy a £300k+ 1bed flat in London.Not that I like Uber or anything but they are actually saying "XXX miles closer to ..." which isn't misleading in itself but people can make the wrong assumption or hear it wrong and assume that they are not far off from achieving their dreams! Also the lady at the end says "help fund" which implies Uber income on top of another income but again people not listening closely or some can assume wrong in thinking driving for Uber alone will fulfil all their dreams!
Obviously the veteran drivers on here or anyone that can calculate correctly will know currently driving solely for Uber is not a great job or a money earner.
It didn't actually say £350million would go to the NHS on the Bus.That's what good marketing is, get your message across without breaking any laws, I'm not saying its morally right but in the business sense it works. Same with the Brexit battle bus they did a similar thing.
Yes I know, but honestly tell me. They didn't write it in a way to imply that?It didn't actually say £350million would go to the NHS on the Bus.