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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 8:52pm On Jan 11
Haderbayor123:
Exactly what am saying bro, before you give your car to someone, make sure the driver has at least 2 credible guarantors and if the driver default, pick his guarantor up to look for him to face the consequences. Let the driver pay for every damages and lost. Not by claiming drivers will be serious once they pay upfront whereas, this rogue drivers are smarter than you.



I have run through your profile, you need a car.

I dont have a car to give @ the moment because I have given out what I have.

Get a security deposit of 40k and I will buy a car, I will fix any issue, I will register it, I will install a tracker, I will insure it and you will drive.

Is that too much to ask?

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by chillex8: 9:31pm On Jan 11
GAZZUZZ:


I have run through your profile, you need a car.

I dont have a car to give @ the moment because I have given out what I have.

Get a security deposit of 40k and I will buy a car, I will fix any issue, I will register it, I will install a tracker, I will insure it and you will drive.

Is that too much to ask?
Do I need security-deposit too
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 9:35pm On Jan 11
chillex8:

Do I need security-deposit too

every one does.
I am investing money so you can make more money for your self and put food on your table, What are you bringing to the table?

Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by laytoshtwo: 9:43pm On Jan 11
Hire purchase
installment plan is an arrangement whereby a customer acquires an asset by paying an initial installment (e.g. 40% of the total) and repays the other part of the cost of the asset over a period of time or term for a contract, in which a purchaser agrees to pay for goods in parts or a percentage over a number of months. Other analogous practices are described as closed-end leasing.

Real definition of hire purchase,partners in Nigeria are still considerate. grin grin grin
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Carshopper(m): 9:49pm On Jan 11
GAZZUZZ:


every one does.
I am investing money so you can make more money for your self and put food on your table, What are you bringing to the table?


Pure water and gala wink

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by chillex8: 9:55pm On Jan 11
GAZZUZZ:


every one does.
I am investing money so you can make more money for your self and put food on your table, What are you bringing to the table?

Am bringing my head tongue

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by entparrot(f): 10:02pm On Jan 11
Haderbayor123:
According to your logic, drivers with upfront deposit are good and serious ones. You will soon learn.


You beginning to sound like the driver who came to my office to harass me, if partners set conditions and you are not good with it, why not just stay away, and find someone else?

Or just quit Uber for good, stop this unnecessary threat (you will soon learn) what will I learn from you?

You actually have ur village people, ask them to buy a car for you, people who invest want return, without that they will quit.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Haderbayor123: 11:15pm On Jan 11
Yes I need a car but not that desperate, I will rather go for a realistic offer which I know I can keep up to come rain come sun. Have been seeing your posts and have never request a car from you just because I know is not the best deal for me. So shift with you and your unrealistic offer abeg grin

GAZZUZZ:


I have run through your profile, you need a car.

I dont have a car to give @ the moment because I have given out what I have.

Get a security deposit of 40k and I will buy a car, I will fix any issue, I will register it, I will install a tracker, I will insure it and you will drive.

Is that too much to ask?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Haderbayor123: 11:28pm On Jan 11
I know you are daft from your first sentence, I don't know you and I don't wish to know you, but don't always make your stupidity so glaring to public that's all am saying.

Are you the first to invest in Uber as if security upfront is your ROI?
Why dangote and other trucks owners did not ask for security upfront from their driver?
Why banks and company did not ask for security payment from their drivers?
But all they asked in common is credible guarantors. Maybe because dangote and others did not invest? What do I know lipsrsealed

entparrot:


You beginning to sound like the driver who came to my office to harass me, if partners set conditions and you are not good with it, why not just stay away, and find someone else?

Or just quit Uber for good, stop this unnecessary threat (you will soon learn) what will I learn from you?

You actually have ur village people, ask them to buy a car for you, people who invest want return, without that they will quit.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by net7777(m): 11:47pm On Jan 11
Sensible man. Tell d parrot. She is a devils incarnate. I am very sure she has no car on UBER platform ooo. Nonsense. undecided
Haderbayor123:
I know you are daft from your first sentence, I don't know you and I don't wish to know you, but don't always make your stupidity so glaring to public that's all am saying.

Are you the first to invest in Uber as if security upfront is your ROI?
Why dangote and other trucks owners did not ask for security upfront from their driver?
Why banks and company did not ask for security payment from their drivers?
But all they asked in common is credible guarantors. Maybe because dangote and others did not invest? What do I know lipsrsealed

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by cross8701: 11:58pm On Jan 11
Haderbayor123:
Yes I need a car but not that desperate, I will rather go for a realistic offer which I know I can keep up to come rain come sun. Have been seeing your posts and have never request a car from you just because I know is not the best deal for me. So shift with you and your unrealistic offer abeg grin


Bank drivers and others are being employed.... The partner has not employed you so you can't compare. It seems you have been going on about this all day and what you fail to realise is that a lot of partners are reading your comments and will have reservations about giving you their cars. I don't ask for deposits (although am seriously considering) but if a partner has a right to ask anything when it comes to their investment, it is your choice to walk away. My advice stop responding to every comment about deposit and face the main issue of getting a car...... All the best with your search my brother.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Spunkalator(m): 12:03am On Jan 12
Spunkalator:


Hi, im up..whats your number? here's mine 08167073296

is this still available?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dru23(m): 12:09am On Jan 12
[quote author=Haderbayor123 post=64109871]According to your logic, drivers with upfront deposit are good and serious ones. You will soon learn.

My brother am a partner. And I will defend others partners that are doing the rite thing. The thing about security deposit is to reduce risk. Me for example, all mine cars are tokunbo. I spend about nothing less than 100k at times to make it Uber ready. Mind u, the cars are tokunbo. Am trying to make life easy for the drivers. So are u now telling me that I don't have the rite to ask for a security deposit? This is a business not charity work. If drivers don't agree or want to agree with T/C no worries it is not by force

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dru23(m): 12:11am On Jan 12
cross8701:


Bank drivers and others are being employed.... The partner has not employed you so you can't compare. It seems you have been going on about this all day and what you fail to realise is that a lot of partners are reading your comments and will have reservations about giving you their cars. I don't ask for deposits (although am seriously considering) but if a partner has a right to ask anything when it comes to their investment, it is your choice to walk away. My advice stop responding to every comment about deposit and face the main issue of getting a car...... All the best with your search my brother.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Spunkalator(m): 12:13am On Jan 12
cooldood:
Black Toyota Camry 2005 available for rental agreement with a driver with good rating on both taxify and uber.

Upfront Deposit before starting: #35k
2 Guarantors
Weekly rate: #35k

Drop a message for me and let's deal.

Cheers.

Sorry, i meant this, cooldood, is this still available?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by lexylexy(m): 12:32am On Jan 12
GAZZUZZ:


every one does.
I am investing money so you can make more money for your self and put food on your table, What are you bringing to the table?



What am bringing to the table-My time, energy and life on the line.

Seems most of these partners don't really understand what drivers go through on the streets. If your car gets damaged, insurance will cover you. What if the driver gets 'damaged' or even dies...who covers that. I guess we're in the time of when material things, are worth more than human life. undecided

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Carshopper(m): 2:15am On Jan 12
lexylexy:



What am bringing to the table-My time, energy and life on the line.

Seems most of these partners don't really understand what drivers go through on the streets. If your car gets damaged, insurance will cover you. What if the driver gets 'damaged' or even dies...who covers that. I guess we're in the time of when material things, are worth more than human life. undecided

Tell that to the real working class industry with unrealistic targets that must be met. This industry some came out from while some still dey inside slaving their time, energy and life.

And who said partners don't put their time (duration to recoup after investing huge amounts in a market that isn't 100% certain), their energy (chasing drivers and thinking of ways to reduce certain costs), their life (u think it's only the driver that is worried about this)

The day every party starts seeing this as business (an offer made which u either Accept, Reject or Negotiate) to that possible best that will suit both parties.

If a partner decides to implement a security deposit - it's his property or don't u pay a caution fee when moving to a new apartment that u haven't destroyed anything.

It's a simple something jare

Second bold lines .... Maybe partners or the E-hailing apps should start insisting that drivers have insurance that covers them too.

Why argue the modalities in one direction? Does the driver know if the partner took out a loan or cleared out his bank account today invest?

In business, every one works to protect his / her own.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 3:20am On Jan 12
lexylexy:



What am bringing to the table-My time, energy and life on the line.

Seems most of these partners don't really understand what drivers go through on the streets. If your car gets damaged, insurance will cover you. What if the driver gets 'damaged' or even dies...who covers that. I guess we're in the time of when material things, are worth more than human life. undecided

you are in the wrong line of work.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 3:26am On Jan 12
Haderbayor123:
Yes I need a car but not that desperate, I will rather go for a realistic offer which I know I can keep up to come rain come sun. Have been seeing your posts and have never request a car from you just because I know is not the best deal for me. So shift with you and your unrealistic offer abeg grin


very good.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dru23(m): 3:42am On Jan 12
lexylexy:



What am bringing to the table-My time, energy and life on the line.

Seems most of these partners don't really understand what drivers go through on the streets. If your car gets damaged, insurance will cover you. What if the driver gets 'damaged' or even dies...who covers that. I guess we're in the time of when material things, are worth more than human life. undecided
Bad market you be. Not by force bro . Park well plz
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 4:14am On Jan 12
romeo3 you are a man with integrity. Good morning.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by iyaegin: 5:04am On Jan 12
ogunvic41:

The vin you sent...
Car is 2010...
Engine is EW10A...
DONT BUY, ITS NOT RECOMMENDED

So we wey come get E12 engine...na fear you dey try introduce be dat.i recall having this same Year of manufacture issue cis my Vin said 02 and i knew 407 started 04 and from the vehicle light it should even be 08 the newer model but light could have been changed na..i gave up eventually thankfully the car has been doing okay but needs some expected changes but e dey chop fuel small for now.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ogunvic41(m): 6:07am On Jan 12
iyaegin:


So we wey come get E12 engine...na fear you dey try introduce be dat.i recall having this same Year of manufacture issue cis my Vin said 02 and i knew 407 started 04 and from the vehicle light it should even be 08 the newer model but light could have been changed na..i gave up eventually thankfully the car has been doing okay but needs some expected changes but e dey chop fuel small for now.
U can't deduce Peugeot's year via the 10th character of the vin, I drive EW12J4, have always told you to call me if u have any issue, you have my number. Not everything is meant for this thread
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Romeo3(m): 6:10am On Jan 12
GAZZUZZ:
romeo3 you are a man with integrity. Good morning.
Thank you sir.

But e still remain small. cool

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ogunvic41(m): 6:12am On Jan 12
Romeo3:
Thank you sir.

But e still remain small. cool
Trying to reach u...
Call me...
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by BayoManuels01: 6:51am On Jan 12
Good Day Great People!

I am indeed looking for a car to drive on the Uber/Taxify Platform. I'm willing to pay any realistic amount we agree upon without defaulting.

I am experienced with good ratings currently!

Please Call me if you have a deal for me 07056068734
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GAZZUZZ(m): 6:53am On Jan 12
BayoManuels01:
Good Day Great People!

I am indeed looking for a car to drive on the Uber/Taxify Platform. I'm willing to pay any realistic amount we agree upon without defaulting.

I am experienced with good ratings currently!

Please Call me if you have a deal for me 07056068734

are you willing to make upfront weekly payment?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Spunkalator(m): 7:10am On Jan 12
GAZZUZZ:


are you willing to make upfront weekly payment?

yep, i think I am. Lets talk, whats your number?.. here's mine 08167073296
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by BayoManuels01: 7:39am On Jan 12
GAZZUZZ:


are you willing to make upfront weekly payment?


How much is the weekly payment please, what kind of car is it, please be a bit detailed. Thanks!
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Carshopper(m): 7:56am On Jan 12
Romeo3:
Thank you sir.

But e still remain small. cool

This coded message ... well wetin concern me... just remain small for me too
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by agborichard: 8:03am On Jan 12
entparrot:


You beginning to sound like the driver who came to my office to harass me, if partners set conditions and you are not good with it, why not just stay away, and find someone else?

Or just quit Uber for good, stop this unnecessary threat (you will soon learn) what will I learn from you?

You actually have ur village people, ask them to buy a car for you, people who invest want return, without that they will quit.

Dnt mind him jor. He came to my hse to inspect my car nd was sayn tins that i dnt like. I had to block him off. I dont tink he ia a serious driver.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by agborichard: 8:04am On Jan 12
Haderbayor123:
I know you are daft from your first sentence, I don't know you and I don't wish to know you, but don't always make your stupidity so glaring to public that's all am saying.

Are you the first to invest in Uber as if security upfront is your ROI?
Why dangote and other trucks owners did not ask for security upfront from their driver?
Why banks and company did not ask for security payment from their drivers?
But all they asked in common is credible guarantors. Maybe because dangote and others did not invest? What do I know lipsrsealed


Thank God say i nor give u my car o. Na dis kinda person go fight with him oga or probably provide fake guarantors

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