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Uber Settles Misleading Ads, Customer Overcharges Suit

Posted on April 8, 2016

Uber agreed to a $25-million settlement in a lawsuit alleging the ride-hailing company misled and overcharged customers in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

The suit accuses the company of overstating its customer-safety policy in marketing materials and adding unnecessary fees for tolls and airport drop-offs.

Los Angeles Times article here

Related Topics: background checks, criminal incidents, driver behavior, lawsuits, legal issues, passenger safety, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    "The gold standard" for backround checks..... what an insult to all their customers. Lies lies and more lies placing customers safety in jeopardy They should have fine them 25.00 dollars X all the rides they took from customers

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