Mc Donald’s DROPS Uber Eats as Exclusive delivery provider as more assaults by drivers and cost issues are made public ahead of Uber IPO bid, PSA to franchises: DROP UBER

Hits: 234*Mc Donalds drops Uber Eats as exclusive delivery provider, allowing franchises to choose other providers. *Uber Eats Drivers suffer low pay and fraudulent wage terms. *Numerous businesses have dropped Uber Eats over assaults on customers, drivers eating/tampering with food and fraudulent deals. Mc Donald’s and Uber recently re-negotiated a deal for delivery services which will no longer retain Uber Eats as the exclusive delivery provider for Mc Donald’s. From Bloomberg- “While particulars of the deal are still being finalized, the memo said the terms will include “significantly reduced commission…

Uber & Lyft Pander more bunkum safety improvements in attempts to improve image for public trading.

Hits: 56Following yet another assault and murder caused by the poorly regulated state of Rideshare (TNC) operations, Uber and Lyft have released yet another round of impractical and useless safety measures. While Lyft’s recently launched IPO continues to drop in the stock market amid issues with its sustainability and value as a company, Uber recently released a preemptive warning to investors that safety reports due to be released “some time within the year” on Uber’s operations may stifle public support and it’s own stock market potential. The vague announcement and…

Uber’s latest partnership and driver status scams promise free education while defrauding customers and drivers.

Hits: 146One of Uber’s first partnership scams was a fraudulent lending sceme promoted by the ‘Uber Military’ program which defrauded 1100 US military personnel. The enlisted men and women were not allowed to deploy on active duty and retain their auto lending policies as Uber’s Lending company in the program would not honor the policies when soldiers were deployed. Uber’s lending partner in the program Santander Consumer USA was ordered to pay over $9.35 million dollars in settlement. Since 2015 both Uber and Lyft have removed ‘Safe Rides’ fees after a…