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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MrMan78: 5:10pm On Dec 06
styveke:


It's like you are on the wrong thread...check the title again to be sure

Bros you're the one on the wrong thread, this is (If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here) not Delta State.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by drestoneokuta(m): 5:10pm On Dec 06
Why taxify they do like this? I completed the bonus meant for Sunday, they credited my account with the bonus that very day, only for me to check back today to see that it has disappeared!! Please how can I reclaim my bonus? Why will they stoop so low in doing this?

Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by chillex8: 5:11pm On Dec 06
MrMan78:
Thinking of taking up the Uber/Taxify driving challenge.
Reading about different stories about partners and drivers, I keep wondering why we can't have things done the right way in this part of the continent. Though I don't have the amount of cash that can purchase a car at the moment but will definitely source for who will give out his/her car to me on a weekly report basis.
Have been following this thread for months waiting for a day I will have my car to out on the platform, gathering info from professionals in the industry.
Will be willing to take up either Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra or Honda City for a weekly remittance of N30k, will work towards making advance payment.

I'll be taking responsibility of repair below N5,000 and also will contribute (20%) towards regular servicing of the car @ Gazzuzz workshop ONLY using Mobil Extended performance Oil with required Oil filter.

Car must have a comprehensive insurance

I won't be dealing with fleet management operators ( Partner ONLY)

I have a verifiable guarantor.

These are my kind terms and mechanical analysis must be carried out on the car to ascertain the condition of such car before taking it.

Even Peter denied Jesus

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by rhymaholic: 6:04pm On Dec 06
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dapotemi: 6:24pm On Dec 06
GAZZUZZ:


both sold

Pls in case of another opportunity like this, like how much do u think I should budget for 2006 corrolla, Naija used frm u or the one certified by you. A very very clean one, average price pls so I can prepare.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by iyaegin: 6:24pm On Dec 06
Airport Parkers wetin happen where una go...small surge don dey Airport oh and no driver on ground

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by iyaegin: 6:28pm On Dec 06
MrMan78:
Thinking of taking up the Uber/Taxify driving challenge.
Reading about different stories about partners and drivers, I keep wondering why we can't have things done the right way in this part of the continent. Though I don't have the amount of cash that can purchase a car at the moment but will definitely source for who will give out his/her car to me on a weekly report basis.
Have been following this thread for months waiting for a day I will have my car to out on the platform, gathering info from professionals in the industry.
Will be willing to take up either Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra or Honda City for a weekly remittance of N30k, will work towards making advance payment.

I'll be taking responsibility of repair below N5,000 and also will contribute (20%) towards regular servicing of the car @ Gazzuzz workshop ONLY using Mobil Extended performance Oil with required Oil filter.

Car must have a comprehensive insurance

I won't be dealing with fleet management operators ( Partner ONLY)

I have a verifiable guarantor.

These are my kind terms and mechanical analysis must be carried out on the car to ascertain the condition of such car before taking it.

Oga all what you quoted above is like a Doctor in med school who has read all the theory and is formulating it..enter tarmac first and experience practical make you know wetin dey sele...

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by mazinaija: 6:29pm On Dec 06
MrMan78:
Thinking of taking up the Uber/Taxify driving challenge.
Reading about different stories about partners and drivers, I keep wondering why we can't have things done the right way in this part of the continent. Though I don't have the amount of cash that can purchase a car at the moment but will definitely source for who will give out his/her car to me on a weekly report basis.
Have been following this thread for months waiting for a day I will have my car to out on the platform, gathering info from professionals in the industry.
Will be willing to take up either Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra or Honda City for a weekly remittance of N30k, will work towards making advance payment.

I'll be taking responsibility of repair below N5,000 and also will contribute (20%) towards regular servicing of the car @ Gazzuzz workshop ONLY using Mobil Extended performance Oil with required Oil filter.

Car must have a comprehensive insurance

I won't be dealing with fleet management operators ( Partner ONLY)

I have a verifiable guarantor.

These are my kind terms and mechanical analysis must be carried out on the car to ascertain the condition of such car before taking it.
pm me let's have a chat
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 6:30pm On Dec 06
dapotemi:


Pls in case of another opportunity like this, like how much do u think I should budget for 2006 corrolla, Naija used frm u or the one certified by you. A very very clean one, average price pls so I can prepare.

alakoba cheesy

1 dey, meet me outside

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dapotemi: 6:39pm On Dec 06
[quote author=GAZZUZZ post=73611830]

alakoba cheesy

1 dey, meet me outside
[/quot

Lol, for the oza room u mean sir
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Epphy: 7:33pm On Dec 06
There's a new opportunity especially for driver-partners and partners. This company have clients/riders that are not based in Nigeria but always need rides when they are in the country especially during this yuletide season.....


Do you have a car? Do you know you can earn between N40000 to N100000 Naira per week by registering your car for lease on alabyy.com?

How does it works?

* Register here
http://www.alabyy.com/partner/referer.php?Id=SMK481EW

* We will contact you when our clients have paid to use your car.

* We will pay you between N40000 to N100000 depending on the type and condition of your car.

* Comprehensive insurance that covers for loss or damage to your vehicle.

For more information:
Visit: http://www.alabyy.com/partner

Phone: 08099440036

email: info@alabyy.com


Please quote this post, if you're interested.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MrMan78: 8:15pm On Dec 06
iyaegin:


Oga all what you quoted above is like a Doctor in med school who has read all the theory and is formulating it..enter tarmac first and experience practical make you know wetin dey sele...

Bros, being the best is from within. Being greedy with what's not mine is equally being a thief.

I'm only looking for a car to maintain and call mine, so the mindset of using the car as mine sets in and also do what's needful to keep the car (Remittance).

I've done transportation business (given out a bus to driver) in the past and know what it means to be at the other end of the game.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MrMan78: 8:18pm On Dec 06
mazinaija:
pm me let's have a chat

Done Bro.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by pope191: 9:00pm On Dec 06
drestoneokuta:
Why taxify they do like this? I completed the bonus meant for Sunday, they credited my account with the bonus that very day, only for me to check back today to see that it has disappeared!! Please how can I reclaim my bonus? Why will they stoop so low in doing this?

.

Sorry boss they use finishing rate to get you... Mine was Friday/Saturday 4400... I kept getting distance request of 17/20 minutes, even before I place call on rider, they've cancelled it. Lo nd behold I got my 4400 and was so pleased when they add my bonus, only to check on Sunday evening and it has been removed due to less finishing rate. See para and ranting, don't know why they have to give me bread and take it back again, its beta they let me know my fate same day but all I could get is sorry for inconvenience. Well I was able to get the 3600 without any cancellation, but my mind is zero towards it, they can even send zenith account and ask for refund with time. Nah so taxify mumu reach, no structure atall.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by mazinaija: 9:23pm On Dec 06
MrMan78:


Done Bro.
replied with my contact number

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by emmancecute(m): 7:04am On Dec 07
pope191:
.

Sorry boss they use finishing rate to get you... Mine was Friday/Saturday 4400... I kept getting distance request of 17/20 minutes, even before I place call on rider, they've cancelled it. Lo nd behold I got my 4400 and was so pleased when they add my bonus, only to check on Sunday evening and it has been removed due to less finishing rate. See para and ranting, don't know why they have to give me bread and take it back again, its beta they let me know my fate same day but all I could get is sorry for inconvenience. Well I was able to get the 3600 without any cancellation, but my mind is zero towards it, they can even send zenith account and ask for refund with time. Nah so taxify mumu reach, no structure atall.
taxify is scam, me I don't chase their bonus again.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by franksam2009: 7:43am On Dec 07
Good morning sirs, I have a Clean car I intend registering in Uber, but the problem is the car has manual window, as in you have to wind d windows manually, will Uber and taxify accept this car please? It's a 2004 Corolla with working ac

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ebiye55(m): 8:46am On Dec 07
pooozeee:
Has anyone gotten inspection done successfully on car45 ?


YES
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Enyinne(f): 8:46am On Dec 07
grin Are u a serious somebody . Giving terms and conditions to Car owner when u don't owe bicycle. Who get ur time.As someone rightly said ur on d wrong thread,check next page
MrMan78:
Thinking of taking up the Uber/Taxify driving challenge.
Reading about different stories about partners and drivers, I keep wondering why we can't have things done the right way in this part of the continent. Though I don't have the amount of cash that can purchase a car at the moment but will definitely source for who will give out his/her car to me on a weekly remittance basis.
Have been following this thread for months waiting for a day I will have my car to put on the platform, gathering info from professionals in the industry.
Will be willing to take up either Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra or Honda City for a weekly remittance of N30k, will work towards making advance payment.

I'll be taking responsibility of repair below N5,000 and also will contribute (20%) towards regular servicing of the car @ Gazzuzz workshop ONLY using Mobil Extended performance Oil with required Oil filter.

Car must have a comprehensive insurance

I won't be dealing with fleet management operators ( Partner ONLY)

I have a verifiable guarantor.

These are my kind terms and mechanical analysis must be carried out on the car to ascertain the condition of such car before taking it.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by julietromeo: 9:35am On Dec 07
franksam2009:
Good morning sirs, I have a Clean car I intend registering in Uber, but the problem is the car has manual window, as in you have to wind d windows manually, will Uber and taxify accept this car please? It's a 2004 Corolla with working ac
They will accept it.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by pooozeee(m): 9:38am On Dec 07
drestoneokuta:
Why taxify they do like this? I completed the bonus meant for Sunday, they credited my account with the bonus that very day, only for me to check back today to see that it has disappeared!! Please how can I reclaim my bonus? Why will they stoop so low in doing this?


Taxify is fraud, come to uber quickly

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MrMan78: 9:39am On Dec 07
Enyinne:
grin Are u a serious somebody . Giving terms and conditions to Car owner when u don't owe bicycle. Who get ur time.As someone rightly said ur on d wrong thread,check next page

You're funny. grin grin anyways, thanks for your contribution.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MrMan78: 9:40am On Dec 07
Enyinne:
grin Are u a serious somebody . Giving terms and conditions to Car owner when u don't owe bicycle. Who get ur time.As someone rightly said ur on d wrong thread,check next page

Own a bicycle

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by xule20(m): 10:55am On Dec 07
Good morning, pls i need a recommendation for a good a/c repairer around the island.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Successisaac19: 11:19am On Dec 07
Epphy:
There's a new opportunity especially for driver-partners and partners. This company have clients/riders that are not based in Nigeria but always need rides when they are in the country especially during this yuletide season.....


Do you have a car? Do you know you can earn between N40000 to N100000 Naira per week by registering your car for lease on alabyy.com?

How does it works?

* Register here
http://www.alabyy.com/partner/referer.php?Id=SMK481EW

* We will contact you when our clients have paid to use your car.

* We will pay you between N40000 to N100000 depending on the type and condition of your car.

* Comprehensive insurance that covers for loss or damage to your vehicle.

For more information:
Visit: http://www.alabyy.com/partner

Phone: 08099440036

email: info@alabyy.com


Please quote this post, if you're interested.
I will register next year...

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Epphy: 11:29am On Dec 07
Successisaac19:
I will register next year...

Ok
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by BillGoldberg: 12:14pm On Dec 07
To prospective drivers who are new in this business... Hear me out... Especially if you are driving for someone. I have driven for 2 people before. One ended well only that owner was bankrupt and sold off car. The other client refused to service the car and I simply went and parked car jejely. These are some things I have learnt so far in this venture...

*Mind What you sign up for before carrying a car. Many cars being given to drivers are dead cars waiting for mortuary. I kid you not.

*With the unbearable traffic jam in Lagos now and taxify slashing prices, the least you can do now is between 25-28k... With the grace of God oo. Because should LASTMA or Police catch you defaulting while hustling, your whole week money is gone! I kid you not.
Car owner does not send you!

*With many drivers now on both platforms, the future of Uber and taxify in Nigeria is almost good as dead. Many graduates are now drivers. Failed businessmen are also turning to Uber. Problematic business issues have also turned so many people into drivers. Yours sincerely fall into this category. What this implies is that supply somehow outweighs demands. So drivers, use your sense and mind what you sign up for!

*On no account should you carry out any repairs whatsoever be it 1,000 on the car. Inasmuch as you give owner between 28-30 k weekly and you are consistent. All repairs are to be carried out by car owner! But make sure you are consistent with the money you remit per week!
Because from there, your tool of hustle will be maintained.

*Remember that your daily target should be at least 15k! Anything less than this is deceivin yourself. Let me break it down for you. 5k to car owner, 5k for fuel, 3k to settle both Uber and taxify commissions and then 1k for you! You see how stupid this business is? Because whether you like it or not, you must settle Uber and taxify and you must buy up to 5k Fuel! Have you seen Lagos traffic of late? I see when some drivers make 13k daily and are happy. Hahahahahahaha... Folly at its peak! Are you aware that within that 13k is your 5k fuel for next day? 5k for car owner that day? And almost 2k for 15% commission Settlement for the platforms you are driving on? And you have to eat for the day and pay other bills? Do you still think its a profitable venture?

*From my experience driving for someone of late... I discovered after 3 weeks that am just driving and making money for the car owner with nothing for myself! Because the terms and conditions of this business have changed drastically! Had to drop car.. So, look for a reasonable and sensible partner that understands a 50-50 situation for both driver and partner so that everybody is happy. Gospel truth.

*Many car rentals give out malfunctioning cars or bad cars to prospective drivers. More often than not, the driver before you is a very bad one and has damaged the car almost. Before you pick up a new car being given to you by either a partner or a fleet, do your due diligence and inspect that car well! Make sure that everything is 98% in order. Demand that fuel be given to you. At least half tank. All these is to make sure that you start running! If they expect 100% from you, why can't the tool given to you be in a 100%? Take this fact to the bank of you ever want to be succesful in this.

*Do not be deceived of how drivers are making millions. Its all wash. No driver is making that currently. Maybe before... But now? Lies lies lies! This stuff is not a business venture. I see it as something you use and hold body and soul together till you regain your feet or something better comes your way...

I will be contributing more of my experiences as time goes on.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dru23(m): 12:16pm On Dec 07
BillGoldberg:
To prospective drivers who are new in this business... Hear me out... Especially if you are driving for someone. I have driven for 2 people before. One ended well only that owner was bankrupt and sold off car. The other client refused to service the car and I simply went and parked car jejely. These are what I have learnt so far in this business!

*Mind What you sign up for before carrying a car. Many cars being given to drivers are dead cars waiting for mortuary. I kid you not.

*With the unbearable traffic jam in Lagos now and taxify slashing prices, the least you can do now is between 25-28k... With the grace of God oo. Because should LASTMA or Police catch you defaulting while hustling, your whole week money is gone! I kid you not.
Car owner does not send you!

*With many drivers now on both platforms, the future of Uber and taxify in Nigeria is almost good as dead. Many graduates are now drivers. Failed businessmen are also turning to Uber. Problematic business issues have also turned so many people into drivers. Yours sincerely fall into this category. What this implies is that supply somehow outweighs demands. So drivers, use your sense and mind what you sign up for!

*On no account should you carry out any repairs whatsoever be it 1,000 on the car. Inasmuch as you give owner between [b]28-30
k weekly and you are consistent. All repairs are to be carried out by car owner! But make sure you are consistent with the money you remit per week![/b] Because from there, your tool of hustle will be maintained.

*Remember that your daily target should be at least 15k! Anything less than this is deceivin yourself. Let me break it down for you. 5k to car owner, 5k for fuel, 3k to settle both Uber and taxify commissions and then 1k for you! You see how stupid this business is? Because whether you like it or not, you must settle Uber and taxify and you must buy up to 5k Fuel! Have you seen Lagos traffic of late? I see when some drivers make 13k daily and are happy. Hahahahahahaha... Folly at its peak! Are you aware that within that 13k is your 5k fuel for next day? 5k for car owner that day? And almost 2k for 15% commission Settlement for the platforms you are driving on? And you have to eat for the day and pay other bills? Do you still think its a profitable venture?

*From my experience driving for someone of late... I discovered after 3 weeks that am just driving and making money for the car owner with nothing for myself! Because the terms and conditions of this business have changed drastically! Had to drop car.. Still looking for a reasonable and sensible partner that understands a 50-50 situation for both driver and partner so that everybody is happy.

*Many car rentals give out malfunctioning cars or bad cars to prospective drivers. More often than not, the driver before you is a very bad one and has damaged the car almost. Before you pick up a new car being given to you by either a partner or a fleet, do your due diligence and inspect that car well! Make sure that everything is 98% in order. Demand that fuel be given to you. At least half tank. All these is to make sure that you start running! If they expect 100% from you, why can't the tool given to you be in a 100%?

*Do not be deceived of how drivers are making millions. Its all wash. No driver is making that currently. Maybe before... But now? Lies lies lies! This stuff is not a business venture. I see it as something you use and hold body and soul together till you regain your feet or something better comes your way...[/b]

I will be contributing more of my experiences as time goes on.

Some of your point is correct. Especially owners giving out dead cars. But rental between 28k to 25k is very wrong. I have five cars on uber . And delivery is between 30k to 35k. My brother uber is not by force.. You can find lots of factory jobs out there. Please don't come and give distorted views here. One of my pal still makes 100k weekly here. It boils down to how you work and how smart you work.. Again please knock it off with your distorted view of 25k to 28k .

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by drestoneokuta(m): 12:28pm On Dec 07
BillGoldberg:
To prospective drivers who are new in this business... Hear me out... Especially if you are driving for someone. I have driven for 2 people before. One ended well only that owner was bankrupt and sold off car. The other client refused to service the car and I simply went and parked car jejely. These are some things I have learnt so far in this venture...

*Mind What you sign up for before carrying a car. Many cars being given to drivers are dead cars waiting for mortuary. I kid you not.

*With the unbearable traffic jam in Lagos now and taxify slashing prices, the least you can do now is between 25-28k... With the grace of God oo. Because should LASTMA or Police catch you defaulting while hustling, your whole week money is gone! I kid you not.
Car owner does not send you!

*With many drivers now on both platforms, the future of Uber and taxify in Nigeria is almost good as dead. Many graduates are now drivers. Failed businessmen are also turning to Uber. Problematic business issues have also turned so many people into drivers. Yours sincerely fall into this category. What this implies is that supply somehow outweighs demands. So drivers, use your sense and mind what you sign up for!

*On no account should you carry out any repairs whatsoever be it 1,000 on the car. Inasmuch as you give owner between 28-30 k weekly and you are consistent. All repairs are to be carried out by car owner! But make sure you are consistent with the money you remit per week!
Because from there, your tool of hustle will be maintained.

*Remember that your daily target should be at least 15k! Anything less than this is deceivin yourself. Let me break it down for you. 5k to car owner, 5k for fuel, 3k to settle both Uber and taxify commissions and then 1k for you! You see how stupid this business is? Because whether you like it or not, you must settle Uber and taxify and you must buy up to 5k Fuel! Have you seen Lagos traffic of late? I see when some drivers make 13k daily and are happy. Hahahahahahaha... Folly at its peak! Are you aware that within that 13k is your 5k fuel for next day? 5k for car owner that day? And almost 2k for 15% commission Settlement for the platforms you are driving on? And you have to eat for the day and pay other bills? Do you still think its a profitable venture?

*From my experience driving for someone of late... I discovered after 3 weeks that am just driving and making money for the car owner with nothing for myself! Because the terms and conditions of this business have changed drastically! Had to drop car.. So, look for a reasonable and sensible partner that understands a 50-50 situation for both driver and partner so that everybody is happy. Gospel truth.

*Many car rentals give out malfunctioning cars or bad cars to prospective drivers. More often than not, the driver before you is a very bad one and has damaged the car almost. Before you pick up a new car being given to you by either a partner or a fleet, do your due diligence and inspect that car well! Make sure that everything is 98% in order. Demand that fuel be given to you. At least half tank. All these is to make sure that you start running! If they expect 100% from you, why can't the tool given to you be in a 100%? Take this fact to the bank of you ever want to be succesful in this.

*Do not be deceived of how drivers are making millions. Its all wash. No driver is making that currently. Maybe before... But now? Lies lies lies! This stuff is not a business venture. I see it as something you use and hold body and soul together till you regain your feet or something better comes your way...

I will be contributing more of my experiences as time goes on.

Gospel truth, even if your driving your car its just hand to mouth.

Guys be careful, task force is out with full force.. Just parted away with a "whole week's delivery" any minor offence na gone!!!.

Taxify Na **am!!!! Na to apply find better job e better pass this slavery

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by BillGoldberg: 12:39pm On Dec 07
drestoneokuta:


Gospel truth, even if your driving your car its just hand to mouth.

Guys be careful, task force is out with full force.. Just parted away with a "whole week's delivery" any minor offence na gone!!!.

Taxify Na **am!!!! Na to apply find better job e better pass this slavery

Will they ever learn? Even task force, Lastma and Police now arranges with there member to request Uber and have you come pick him up in location where its wrong to park! You will now see them swooping on your vehicle like mad dogs!

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Gentlelife50(m): 12:43pm On Dec 07
dru23:


Some of your point is correct. Especially owners giving out dead cars. But rental between 28k to 25k is very wrong. I have five cars on uber . And delivery is between 30k to 35k. My brother uber is not by force.. You can find lots of factory jobs out there. Please don't come and give distorted views here. One of my pal still makes 100k weekly here. It boils down to how you work and how smart you work.. Again please knock it off with your distorted view of 25k to 28k .
Bros is this your new look?
Ouch who push me?
grin
But the business don get K leg true true if u now have cars you give out at 30k.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by BillGoldberg: 12:46pm On Dec 07
dru23:


Some of your point is correct. Especially owners giving out dead cars. But rental between 28k to 25k is very wrong. I have five cars on uber . And delivery is between 30k to 35k. My brother uber is not by force.. You can find lots of factory jobs out there. Please don't come and give distorted views here. One of my pal still makes 100k weekly here. It boils down to how you work and how smart you work.. Again please knock it off with your distorted view of 25k to 28k .

Nothing like working smart bros. You either work to die or work the car to die. Either way, something dies eventually! My projection is in an ideal situation where the car owner and driver come to an understanding that a certain target is ideal for the healthiness of the car and the driver. Thats assuming you have a good driver and good car. Its my own opinion that in the long run... Money spent on the car will be recovered, profit made for both driver and owner and car still alive... Even if it takes 5 years! Its still a business right?

All these 35k upandan... I laugh in swahili. Is it possible? Yes! Is it feasible and sustainable? I die! For where! You do know the driver has to work that car to death to remit 35k consistently for 3 months. Dont even deny this!

Can you swear to me that you have had one single driver that drove one of your cars till the money you invested on that particular car was recovered? You know we are talking millions here right? You do know that even if you buy a car of 1.6 million minimum and have a driver remitting 35 k weekly, that its going to take more than a year to recover money invested alone? We have not started talking profit oo. Can you swear that a single driver was remitting 35k weekly till at least 2 million was made? Can we know the driver?

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