You two sound like Uber shills. Your asinine claim that it is ok for Uber to take over 200% more than the driver who has to pay for all the overhead is ludicrous.Of "your" fare?
No, you got your cut to what you agreed to. You are paid your BASE FARE + 75% of the MILEAGE + 75% of the TIME. The other charges Uber makes the pax pay is their's, which is not our's, nor did we agree to any portion of that money. They take 25% of the Mileage and Time, plus 100% of their booking fees.
What is ludicrous is agreeing to terms and than somehow feeling that you are entitled to more than was agreed upon.You two sound like Uber shills. Your asinine claim that it is ok for Uber to take over 200% more than the driver who has to pay for all the overhead is ludicrous.
I won t even start with you .we are not entitled to that money.... it is not our money all that we are entitled to is the agreed to rate per mile and per min. I don't know where people get that something is theirs when it is not.
All drivers who've signed up since 2016 (99% of all drivers) are paid .86/.81/.1275Yeah. This isn't anything new.
If u agree to drive for $1/mi $.17/min or whatever the rates currently are you'll get paid that. No more. No less.
Thanks for playing.
.86/.81/.1275 - I wish! My numbers this morning - .6225/.09/.0165All drivers who've signed up since 2016 (99% of all drivers) are paid .86/.81/.1275
The above numbers are the true wage we're paid as "independent contractors"
Show me where on uber's website or literature where it states those numbers. It doesn't.
Go to any Greenlight Hub and ask what the pay rate is. No one will quote the above numbers
No one will mention upfront pricing either
The only numbers that will be quoted are the customer "list" prices of 1.15/1.08/.17 of which uber charges a 25% "service fee"
The California Supreme Court decision could cause the entire corrupt rideshare house of cards to fall