Uber Driver(Search results - 22)
WORLD17, Apr 2020, 10:32 AM
Uber driver from Bengaluru dies of coronavirus in England; friend raising funds to help family
A 45-year-old man from Bengaluru died in England due to coronavirus (COVID-19). The man named Rajesh Jayaseelan, who was a Uber driver, leaves behind his wife and two young children. Rajesh's friend Sunil Kumar has set up a fund raising page to help his family
NEWS6, Aug 2019, 10:27 AM
‘I will tear your clothes’, Uber driver threatens Bengaluru woman in cab
Bengaluru Uber driver threatened a woman passenger during the ride. The driver threatened the woman, “I will tear you clothes if you don’t leave the cab now”
23, Jun 2017, 12:53 PM
Uber must shutdown, it cannot be fixed?
Those who are daily Uber commuters know the ease at which you can use their app. However, ever tried complaining about the driver, and you will be slapped with a standard response which would be something on the lines of - sorry for the inconvenience, the data will be shared with the training team and finally a promise of a refund to wipe off all the trouble caused. There is no transparency over what action has been taken against the driver.
7, Jun 2017, 5:41 PM
Uber rich tax: Does the car company charge more for living in a wealthy locality?
It hasn't been a great year for Uber so far, as the company faced backlash several times. From strike to sexual harassment, the company has been hitting headlines for all wrong reasons. Now, Uber's head of product told Bloomberg that it's charging some passengers more than others. The report talks about route-based pricing, which essentially means, Uber is using machine learning and determining several factors such as how much you are willing to pay before calculating your fare.
2, May 2017, 7:26 PM
Ola and Uber aren't safe! It's time security is taken seriously
The recent alarming incident in Bengaluru wherein a woman had to hide in a hospital at 2AM to escape assault by an Ola driver shows how the IT city isn't safe for women. On the other side, it also exposes the security vulnerabilities that taxi aggregators like Ola and Uber bring. And, despite the horrific and shameful incidents in the past, especially with women passengers, looks like these taxi aggregators refuse to learn from mistakes.