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Why does Uber allow drivers to scam customers with a bogus cleaning charge fee?

 
 
Reply Sat 9 Sep, 2023 05:54 am
I had no idea it is a well known scam. The driver claimed her seat was wet when I had no drinks or had wet clothes on. She could have easily poured a water bottle on the seat to scam for $150.
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tsarstepan
 
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Reply Fri 15 Sep, 2023 11:48 am
@singlesucks13,
singlesucks13 wrote:

I had no idea it is a well known scam. The driver claimed her seat was wet when I had no drinks or had wet clothes on. She could have easily poured a water bottle on the seat to scam for $150.

No one is stopping you from reporting the driver on the Uber app.
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RPhalange
 
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Reply Mon 18 Sep, 2023 06:32 am
@singlesucks13,
I'd imagine this is specific issue with this one uber driver; like the other person stated report it to Uber.

The reason for these sorts of charges is the poor Uber drivers would get stuck with having to pay and clean their cars for drunks that puke in their back seats. I would simply report this driver and let them know you did not have a drink in the car.
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