- January 22, 2016
- Posted by: Zenginler
- Category: News, Taxi Service
Ride Sharing Apps such as Uber are dominating the market in crowded places like NJ and NYC. Yet do all the users know the negatives?
First of all, a consumer must admit that convenience is a high ranking factor in all purchases. Consequently, Ride Sharing Apps put forth this factor to the fullest.
However, it is important to note that for every positive, there is a negative.
Although Ride Sharing Apps master convenience and cost efficiency, do they keep their quality in check? NJ and NYC are compact with Ride Sharing. In addition, this also means there have been all kinds of stories. Good and Bad.
In conclusion, all of us can agree that one bad job will overshadow one million great jobs. Check out this list of some terrible experiences with Ride Sharing Apps!
“Uber pridefully wears its evil reputation the way other on-demand ride-sharing services wear fuzzy pink mustaches. Since its founding as UberCab in 2009 in San Francisco, Uber has become more than just a success. It has become a household name with operations across hundreds of cities in dozens of countries. And a subsequent valuation of $18.2 billion. Uber is so powerful. With its massive profits and army of lobbyists and former White House staffers it can bulldoze into a place where it is explicitly illegal and start operating there.”
“Some say Uber’s Top Car status has led to some bad behavior. Like recently floating the idea of using the personal information of a female tech journalist to destroy her because she dared to criticize them. However, Uber has not only never seemed to give a damn about the informational or physical well-being of its users. But it is often openly antagonistic towards them…”
Read the full article here.