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Philly UberBlack Drivers Complain About Being Cut, Ripped Off

Posted on December 9, 2015


Complaining that Uber deliberately disconnected them from the mobile app that links them to customers, about 50 angry Uber limousine drivers thronged Dec. 8 outside Uber's offices near Philadelphia International Airport, demanding compensation for lost fares.

Philly.com article here

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