The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop #00231

Submission Number:
00231
Commenter:
Lo
State:
Texas
Initiative Name:
The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop
Uber INTENTIONALLY short paid toll reimbursement to drivers. I can always prove their mistakes and ask them reimburse the short payment which is around $8 every week. How many drivers will cross check Uber's reimbursements with their toll tag receipts? If Uber steals $8 from me every week, how much Uber steal money from drivers nation wide or world wide? If it is a technical glitch, how come Uber always short pay nut never over pay? I strongly believe Uber practice this on purpose because most drivers are low educated or no skill. They trust Uber is a technology company and they believe Uber payment shall be always precise and accurate. Actually, short payment on toll reimbursements is very common. Drivers lose the money and are not aware of it yet. Billion dollars tech company is too shame to short pay drivers' toll reimbursements. Attached are two proofs that Uber short paid $0.51 and $1.02 respectively. When drivers submitted proofs, Uber will immediately paid the balance. If drivers did not submit the proofs, Uber steals money from drivers and pretend nothing happens. What can I day? Dishonest Uber and ignorant drivers!