According to recent reports, Uber’s software calculates the upfront price that is displayed and charged to riders by calculating the expected distance and time utilizing a route that is often longer in both distance and time than the one displayed in the driver’s application, which results in a higher fare charged to the rider and a lower fare earned by the driver. Uber retains the difference in the fare charged to the rider and the fare reported to the driver, in addition to the service fee and booking fee disclosed to drivers.
Levi & Korsinsky LLP is investigating fraudulent business practices by Uber Technologies, Inc. and its subsidiaries in connection with their potentially deliberate manipulation of the navigation data used in determining the fare amount paid by riders and the amount reported and paid to its drivers. If you are or have been an Uber Black, Uber Pool, Uber SUV, and/or UberX driver starting around June or September 2016, feel free to contact Rosemary M. Rivas or Quentin A. Roberts of Levi & Korsinsky LLP to discuss your legal rights.
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