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Uber: We don’t have to pay drivers based on rider fares | Ars Technica

Not a good way to create loyal drivers. Uber is fighting a proposed class-action lawsuit that says it secretly over charges riders and under pays drivers. In its defense, the ride-hailing service claims that nobody is being defrauded in its “upfront” rider fare pricing model. The fares charged to riders don’t have to match up […]

Not a good way to create loyal drivers.

Uber is fighting a proposed class-action lawsuit that says it secretly over charges riders and under pays drivers. In its defense, the ride-hailing service claims that nobody is being defrauded in its “upfront” rider fare pricing model. The fares charged to riders don’t have to match up with the fares paid to drivers, Uber said, because that’s what a driver’s “agreement” allows.

Source: Uber: We don’t have to pay drivers based on rider fares | Ars Technica

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