If I had an Uber account I'd close it. Deleting the app does not get you into the clear. I repeat: Someone is selling Uber account passwords on the internet, Uber denies responsibility and the media ignore it.
Personally, if you are an Uber user I don't care about you any more than you care about me as a taxi driver but I want to warn you, not for your sake so much as to help stop this giant criminal enterprise from expanding, and who knows? Maybe putting them out of business.
Uber takes advantage of mentally and emotionally challenged, economically desperate people who they (and you) exploit as drivers. I hope that you'll understand this once you've read the remarks of a Uber driver who goes by the handle of Lagmonkey as he
tries to convince himself that he makes all of $15.51 an hour, when he actually makes far less, possibly nothing at all, depending on the wear and tear on his car. The deluded and exploited young man thinks he is rolling in dough because he's handled six hundred dollars last week, most or possibly all dollars not destined to be really his earnings at all. The United States Internal Revenue Service says that his net week's income of around four hundred dollars isn't enough to cover the true cost of running his car the nearly one thousand miles he logged.His business plan revolves around not maintaining the car he drives for Uber