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"No it’s not Ground Hog Day, but it might seem like it for Sebastian Bach.

The rock singer is claiming more drama from Uber only this time it was in Ameirca, not Europe.

Aside from a bad (incomplete) ride, Bach is also claiming the Uber driver took off with his wallet.

In a Tweet from earlier today, Bach fumed: 'For those that care about #CustomerService, I am BANNED from @uber because I requested that my driver use the @waze app to get home as quick as possible. He did not want to. So he dropped me off on the side of the road with my luggage and my wife. Then, took off with my wallet.'

This is the 2nd time in as many months that Bach alleged an Uber took off with his wallet."
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"Uber is investigating an attack on one of its riders where the driver may have been involved in helping criminals to lure an unsuspecting rider into an ambush.

The rider explained that he ordered an Uber at night, but that the driver apparently could not find his location.

The Uber driver told the victim he was at the pickup point, despite the fact that he did not arrive where the rider was waiting.

The driver then asked the victim to walk to another location where he was apparently waiting, but he was also not there.

While the rider walked around the area trying to find the Uber car, he was mugged and had his phone stolen."
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"The poster children of the sharing economy are growing up. Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft went public earlier this year, food delivery firm Postmates plans to file for an IPO in September, and Airbnb is targeting a 2020 debut. Once a niche corner of Silicon Valley, the sharing economy now features some of the buzziest names on Wall Street.

These companies’ business models, however, are far from mature. Halfway through the year, Lyft and Uber have already lost a combined $8 billion. Postmates has yet to achieve profitability and will unveil the details of its own cash-burning operations when it publishes its IPO documents. Airbnb said recently that it has a lot of cash, but that’s not necessarily the same thing as having a profitable, sustainable business.

These losses reflect the giant wealth transfer at the heart of the sharing economy. These companies have received generous funding from venture capitalists for years. They spend the money, among other things, on growth and expansion, often achieved through discounts that make their services more affordable to consumers. If you’ve ever thought your cheap Uber ride is too good to be true, it’s because it probably is.

Whose lifestyles are these venture capitalists subsidizing? Overwhelmingly, it’s wealthy, educated, urbanites, according to new research based on the 2017 Internet Use Survey, conducted by the US Census Bureau on behalf of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)."
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"'It was interesting to see this guy and how hooked he was on chasing a potential date and how streamlined it was,' the passenger added.

'Any indication in a break of movement and he was straight back on his trigger finger swiping game.' "
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Uber driver is caught rapidly swiping right on Tinder
This car's back seat passenger filmed the moment their Uber stopped at a set of traffic lights in Farringdon during a trip between Soho and Angel at 10.30am.
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Not a Dangerous Job, pt. 286

Zero situational awareness with this guy, He kind of deserved it for being stupid and talking shit,
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A rideshare drivers worst nightmare caught on camera.
Please share this for safety reasons. To all you fellow drivers.. Please of this helps teach anyone anything its worth it
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"Metro Nashville Police charged Davis Fuqua with public intoxication after he tried to call an Uber using his vape pen in downtown Nashville.

Concerned citizens flagged down officers early Sunday morning at 4th and Church St. in downtown Nashville, and directed them to an intoxicated male who was roaming around the area unreasonably annoying people, according to an arrest report. The individual was identified as 23-year-old Davis Fuqua, who officers say was unable to tell them where he was staying, and advised he was calling an Uber, while attempting to do so on his electronic cigarette / vaping device – which did not come with the cellular option. Officer Jessica Burton noted he 'was not making much sense' and was taken into custody due to being unable to care for himself. "
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