We ask the public today, would you like to go to jail and get off free with an advantage
You ever thought that going to jail was no big deal?
Ever phoned a friend when you were in serious trouble?
You ever thought of working for Uber? Well if the answer is no, we show you, you have, made an excellent choice and a wise one at that
Don’t get us wrong here, everyone is entitled to work for Uber at their own risk, because that what it is, our evaluation over two years to this day shows Uber, unless they change are a high risk to thousands of Uber drivers across the UK
Can I ask you? Have you got a good law firm behind you, or are you a member of an organisation that can protect you as a Cab Driver if you work for Uber or anyone else, you know like say UHPD that have good experience in dealing with the Police, the justice system, and their own law firms in order to help Cab drivers in the job?
Now don’t get us wrong, we are not trying to sell you protection or a union or association to help you when you have problems with your licensing authority or magistrate for example because you worked for Uber, if you are a private hire driver or thinking about being one, you should consider carefully what peril you put yourself in, based on the current Uber policies that disregard the law and criminal law
So, the Cab watchdog service bring you a message and a serious message about, a firm that will do anything including, disregarding the public purse, and the police, to make money, to be a monopoly in the cab market, even if it means using your local police force to get rid of you or jail you or cause you to have your private hire licensed revoked whilst Uber stay silent, as to why you are in that situation, because of a report they gave the Police about you
Maybe you have complained to them about health and safety issues at work, or whilst on the job, whilst being a partner for Uber, as in this case, we aim to tell you about this case so you understand how dangerous it is to work for this technology firm that operates above the law in quite a few cases if London is anything to go by
Ever been arrested? Want to be? If you do then by all means go work for Uber, as they make arresting you easy today with, their inline policies, according to Connor of Uber’s Critical safety team available via the Uber app
Maybe you should join up with organisations like United Private Hire Drivers first, just to be on the safer side of life, if you are going to hook up with Uber as, a cab driver/private hire driver, and a united one at that with a license to do so which no doubt you don’t want to lose because you have no legal protection
Our research shows you will need legal protection and good advice, its a must ladies and gentleman in this day and age, especially after you read a review put on Uber Amsterdam’s website today, which is based on facts, and actual events, so they can come on the record for all Uber drivers out there, or united private hire drivers on the road everywhere in this country, and why not for the Police and the crime prosecution service too, whilst they are at it
According to James Farrar of UPHD – United Private Hire Drivers, seen here with his co founder Yaseen aslam who recently visited Uber’s Amsterdam offices on his own time and cost, James pointed out in his UPHD recent video last week, Uber’s Amsterdam office is where they hold all the data, or your would be data
So you should note if you want to complain all legal like, thats your port of call, Yes, Amsterdam, thats what Uber support tell a researcher in writing only hours ago
The same premises that Uber specialised team, also known as the critical safety team, we call, the dead end team, as they know nothing, and get plenty shirty when doing it, if you ask what is going on with your case or complaint after several weeks of waiting, if you are in that unique situation where Uber have suspended you, and so keep telling you they know nothing, and its with the other team that have no email address, phone number etc, not even an address they know of
As a Police force was told recently when they asked if Uber had a complaints department or Policy, the answer was of course NO,
At one point Uber’s critical team advised, Uber drivers cannot write to their offices in Amsterdam, according to a Jane or a Hanny or Simon and others, You must instead book yourself a plane ride, or train or boat ride to Amsterdam, where you will then be allowed to hand in any correspondence you want them to look at so, they can eventually acknowledge your complaint if, you should be suspended at the time. No, no posing it from the UK, No, you must turn up and hand it over, at least that was the information collected from this specialised team, also known as the critical safety team that, asks you not to phone up to inquire how their so called investigation is going whilst, they have you on suspension
Uber’s business policies allow them to break the law if they want to suspend an Uber driver, ladies and gentleman, criminal law acts meaning nothing to this Uber app technology company
A Connor of the critical safety team would be testimony to that we tell Uber today as we have the evidence, and are happy to share that with organisations representing Uber Drivers
During a conversation on file with Connor ladies and gentleman, Connor said it was OK to call him an idiot, well there is a surprise ladies and gentleman, maybe to you, but not us, this specialised team are very under trained, when you go investigate as we did
Cab watchdog service, now has firm proof, and so can warn drivers they must protect themselves, by having an organisation that will represent them legally if, they are to keep their licence once they down load the Uber app, as Uber business policies are fraught with dangers for private hire drivers if they are not tooled up
After a near 2 year investigation into Uber a disruptive technology company, we must warn drivers, taxi rental firms, that unless they have protections in place, they face losing their drivers, and the drivers face losing their licenses, as Uber have little restraint when it comes to issues surrounding breaking criminal laws, or highway laws, or driving laws, to further their business policies for profit
Cab watchdog service warns the public that it recognised, and located active Uber illegal policies in place, with other unethical policies that, can or do result in Uber breaking the law as a private hire operator which, will effectively result in partners, uber drivers being suspended if, they should stumble on unfit practices by Uber as private hire operator, licensed in this country
So below you will see the review posted on Uber’s google local business listing in Amsterdam by Cab Watchdog which, is based on actual events that can be verified by two Police forces in the UK today, that show Uber are a bandit cab firm by ignoring the law and criminal law
It should be noted that Uber’s critical team were told to read the same, in the interests of them being better trained, and Uber stop breaking laws to get their way in policy setting, which would certainly save valuable Police time
Address: Mr.Treublaan 7, 1097 DP Amsterdam, Netherlands
Uber ignore critical public concerns in this world. When the cab watchdog service researcher pointed out serious public concerns, uber’s safety team made a false complaint to south Wales police claiming that the researcher made threats to kill during the telephone call. Police in Wales tried to get proof of the call from Uber. Later the police contacted the driver/researcher. Fortunetly the researcher had a copy of the call as Uber failed to respond to the police request for a copy. Transport for London also had a copy as it was sent them on the same day of the call as further evidence. When the Welsh police listened to the call,they found no threats to kill. After several weeks uber have failed to contact the researcher/uber driver and lift the suspension they put on drivers account.
The Cab watchdog service in their recent public notice informs Uber, that their practices are dangerous as their business model expects drivers to answer text messages immediately, and also to receive calls from customers whilst they are driving. If the driver does not deal with the calls he or she will be putting themselves in direct conflict with irate customers. Ironically the uber system will degrade the driver for not dealing with the calls, and if he or she compares other instances that affect drivers as a result of these practices, uber will suspend the driver indefinetly by making a false police complaint to justify the suspension, as in this case. That is what to expect from Uber. When you contact Uber’s safety team or critical safety line, they will tell you they have no records of any critical safety issues raised by this researcher driver. Simply they don’t liase with any reputable department in our experience. Since this critical issues has been raised neither, Taskus or uber support, have any record of such issues on their system.
Uber were sent proof that the police were taking no action as, there were no threats to kill by their good driver/researcher, but as I say after more than 3 weeks the driver/researcher remains suspended based on illegal practices by Uber’s critical safety team working inline with Uber’s policy according to a Connor in that department
Uber will abuse the justice system, and the police to hang on to uber business policies. In effect Uber are a danger to licensed cab drivers or newbies coming into the business.
Our independent researcher could have had their license suspended if they had not recorded the call. Libel Uber have committed.
Uber are an inexperienced company putting earnings, above safety and common sense, and act as if they can abuse you and the law to stay in business. What is clear, if the police listened to the call and heard no threats to kill, then, why did uber not supply the police with a copy of the call from the start? Uber stated the threats were made during the call.
We certainly challenge Uber to explain to the public why they would jeopardise a partners licence by abusing public safety and the police. There are a number of issues that have come about as a result of this case, including a new complaint regarding Uber’s viability as a cab firm working with licensed drivers who cannot be subject to vexatious complaints left open ended as an obvious policy. More and more people and drivers, get beaten up so to speak by dishonest policies by this technology company pretending to be acting in the public interests, but our files show they are forever not. This post is based on factual events that can be proven for those wishing proof. The post is based on our opinions after investigating Uber’s unsafe or not fit and proper practices for 2 years
For those that do not know uk law –
Wasting Police Time
The offence of wasting police time (section 5(2) of the Criminal Law Act 1967) is committed when a person:
Causes wasteful employment of the police by knowingly making to any person, a false report orally or in writing tending to:
show that an offence has been committed;
give rise to apprehension for the safety of any persons or property; or
show that he has information material to any police inquiry