Despite Uber’s gung-ho attitude about seamless, frictionless and cashless car rides, Money in physical form such as banknotes and coins. More transactions might creep into the fully digital private transportation service.
Last week, during a class-action The discharge of an obligation in accordance with the terms of the underlying contract. In e-transfers the settlement may take days, whereas cash settlements are instantaneous and irreversible. More in California and Massachusetts, Uber was forced to This is the action by which certain banknotes and/or coins are exchanged for the same amount in banknotes/coins of a different face value, or unit value. See Exchange. More its communication around its tipping policies. Unlike its main U.S. competitor, Lyft, Uber doesn’t offer riders the option to tip their drivers through the smartphone app and, despite what most riders might believe, tips are not included in the final A transfer of funds which discharges an obligation on the part of a payer vis-à-vis a payee. More.
Uber will now be required to clearly state that tips are not part of any transaction and drivers will be allowed to ask for them: an oxymoron for a company that prides itself in its fully digital approach to transportation.
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