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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:23pm On Apr 07
Felicity001:
Just wondering how the discussion of down payment of 120k made a drastic turn to family planning and child bearing.

Can't you guys just allow people have their private life again? Instead of asking people not to have children tell them to become gay, lesbians or better still become a priest or reverend sisters then we would have solve our population and child bearing issues.

It will shock you that those ambassadors of "1 or 2" kids can't even father a child or impregnate a woman so they just want to hide under the umbrella of "I don't want any kid".
Take the sermon to the north and not on sm because northerners are not on sm and those having multitude don't have time for sm as well.


Oga feli Don fourtuate.... Sharing of knowledge is not limited to a certain topic... Everyone ,with what works for him/her. Birth control is a global issue , giving birth requires appropriate planning, if not, such family will create menace and monsters for the society.. a perfect example is the northerners you mentioned.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:21pm On Apr 07
Chillex8 God is washing watching you ooo grin grin
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 5:16pm On Apr 03
I swear surge na motivation....see as lekki white as snow.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:04am On Apr 01
radautoworks:
Looks like jp is back lipsrsealed

I just hope everyone ignores him, that will fasten his route to Oblivion

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:39pm On Mar 31
Below image is just to motivate some one out there struggling with low rating and thinking how to improve it .

The 4.48 was 13th of march
The 4.93 is today 31st of march.

As at 13 of march I was a little bit worried and just knew I need to do some things and see how it toss.

1. I fixed a little sound coming from my silencer (no customer complained of it though, but I just assume it could be a reason, as I am an easy going service person)

2. I ensure after all trips, I give you a parting compliment ( enjoy the rest of your day, have a great night rest, have a safe trip).

3. I filter trips a lot now ( especially the where are you gang that ignore you greetings ontop you call card).
4. Sometimes I leave change of 100 naira or 50naira and I modify it to the amount paid on the app.

Addition: I never ask anyone to please rate me 5 after any of the trip, but I think it's not bad to ask especially if you and the rider had a cool conversation, even big brands begs/ask for five star ratings.

I hope it helps someone out there.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 4:45pm On Mar 26
olalekan90:
Good day house.My ac only chills when I’m moving fast and blows hot air in traffic. Took the car to a tech to check if i’m low on gas or probably a leakage. The guy poured water on my compressor and it started boiling. He said my compressor is bad. The ac chills at night tho. Has anyone experienced this Biko. Big daddy compressor is abt 60k

Oga before you change compressor...if you are in traffic check if your rpm stick is below 100, if that is the case you ac might not pick, and only pick when you accelerate meaning your rpm stick would have moved up and powered the compressor...if that's the case just go to a good mech to help tune up your engine (I did mine myself :learnt through YouTube).

Peace

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 5:43pm On Mar 25
deedee44:

They've not started and they said drivers already make 25k daily on their app. They're confusing somebody

E b like say that one na projection things....no b so bolt claim say you fit make 100k weekly then
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 11:55am On Mar 25
Felicity001:


Its a lie... If you carry out the transfer well with just your reference code alone on the description pan while doing your transfer the system will automate your balance within 24hrs... I've done payment on Saturday's and my account was reflected within few hrs as usual during week days

Boss na just pure luck..... If u pay after 12pm on Friday....na early Monday things....still experienced same this last weekend

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 11:54am On Mar 25
Another Emailing company joing the market tomorrow

Beakmeride

Promised 5k bonus after completing first 5 rides.

Check @beakmeapp on Instagram for full gist.

Market is about to be saturated meaning price completion .....Great for riders, fair for drivers .
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 9:21am On Mar 22
BAZ001:


Bros you no work for Monday , Wednesday and Saturday and you still net 38k ?
Oh sorry I don forget say you dey do interstate.
My bad

Na fuel he use no b water o ....so less that from the net.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 11:16pm On Mar 19
tojahh:


With little repairs
Nigeria used
Distress Sales

Sorry sir... 1.4m shouldn't be the last price as indicated. Toks is about 1.9 - 2.4m

Last price sir. 1.4m.... thanks
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 10:35pm On Mar 19
pleasureosondu:
Bro, toks first grade na 1.9m o

So?
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 10:31pm On Mar 19
2004 Toyota Camry available at give away price.

Distress sale (1.4m last price)

Will get pictures when I visit tomorrow.

Little repairs to carry out (Nigerian used)
Jobs/Vacancies / Sales Representative Needed (animal Products ) by IFSHR: 10:29pm On Mar 19
A new start up located at old Lagos Abeokuta express way requires the service of a sales rep for immediate employment.

Age (18-25) Male/female
Applicant must reside in the oko-oba Agege Axis(non-negotiable)
Must be able to read and write
SSCE Holders only

Interested applicants should send their names, phone numbers and address to dabokem.v@gmail.com
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 2:33pm On Mar 15
Bolt moving Nigeria

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 6:32pm On Mar 12
Let me call you all attention to BOLT new strategy.

Probably their statistics showed to them that their is increase in cash payment hence their new strategy.

I noticed when you have a high negative balance and you pay into their Citibank they will intentionally refuse to reflect the balance until you are cash trip restricted, so then you will only take card trips till you get to 3k before your payment will be reflected. My payment to their account is 3days and counting and it's yet to reflect .
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 1:16pm On Mar 09
Felicity001:
Its becoming very clear that Bolt charges riders for cancelling yet they dont compensate drivers for effort put in place to drive down. For some times now I've had riders who have refused to cancel because Bolt will charge them if they cancel from their end. How true this is what I'm baffled about.

If this is true then we drivers need to hold Uche and and his crew accountable, because all i can see here is they feeding on the efforts of thousands of drivers.

Bolt have the paid waiting features, you will only get it if your proceed on the trip, but if it was canceled by either party before starting the trip, the paid waiting won't amount to anything, and nothing goes to bolt as well.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 9:52am On Mar 09
chijioke17:
this is ridiculously high na, rentals go for 35k per week and you want to let out for 70k per week, haha, dear God

The original poster self no indicate if he wan use am hustle....or just for personal surfing since his own personal car is unavailable ABI u don see where rental comes with driver

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 11:43am On Mar 06
johnpaschal:
Hello all good afternoon so I wanna ask does anybody know if it's possible for these e-hailing apps to fund a person's drivers license procurement.....

I can drive well but do not have a license and I'm interested in working with bolt or Uber please do get back to me hustling ain't favourable anymore

Not possible

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 6:47am On Mar 02
Tosinosu2011:
Does anyone knows any company that can help someone manage his/her car for Uber or Bolt
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 8:39pm On Feb 26
Dannyxy:
Please gentlemen of this thread, this is an important info I want to get...

Can two different drivers use the same car to register on the bolt platform ?

Assuming I have a car, and one driver uses it for like 3 days, and I give it to another for and another 3days?

The first driver need to delete/unselect the car, if not it will be difficult for the new driver to add the vehicle for his own use.

But why u dey switch drivers every 3days?

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 8:55am On Feb 24
Blackbishop:


Boss check my signature....

Tried it earlier link is not working boss
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 8:46am On Feb 24
Blackbishop:


The bitter truth here is that picture wont cut it but run a physical comprehensive diagnosis

Boss abeg drop me your number...asap
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 8:43am On Feb 24
Sakamanjeh99:


Pls...can i get any of doz guy's number ??
Hav bin topping my radiator water since ova 2 month now...e dey take up to 2/3 litres almost everymorning...nd still d temperature stil dy go little above half guage...person say make i buy double sell(18k)...i no even get dah money now...thanks


0706 719 4052 that's the guy that helped with mine yesterday....I paid 4500 (changed my radiator busted top)

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 11:11pm On Feb 23
Felicity001:


Thanks bros... I didn't oh. We left Lagos past 9am meet one mad traffic before Ore which took almost 2hrs then arrive Ado Ekiti I think around past 6pm or there about.

I was supposed to drive down to Akure same day to another client I took to Akure some times last yr but he adviced I stay back na so the client I took to Ado book hotel for MI at Bon (22k), omo... Ekiti boys sabi body oooh...

Will be going back by weekend shall to bring down dis car, last price owner says he wants to sell is 1.6m
Millage is 167k+
Year: 2006
Car was bought last year and was used privately.

Me i really don't know if d price is good for that amount.

2nd car is 2016 Hyundai
Same owner selling for 2m last.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:30pm On Feb 23
Chuwaa2:


Those guys at first gate Ogba are so good at radiator works. My radiator was leaking and I was advised against working on it here on nairaland. Some suggested I should buy the double cell. It got so bad that I add water daily and you can see see the leak in the floor. So I finally went to Ogba and with 5k, they worked on it and no more leaking since 2019. As of that time, a new radiator was 22k. I decided to go that route after watching a foreign mechanic YouTube page showing how to remove and repair leaking radiators.
22-5= 17k saved.

I was told to budget 18k my brother....I ended spending 4.5k

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 2:10pm On Feb 23
Never knew, if you radiator got bursted from the top it can be removed and replaced.

Just saw it been done at first gate ogba.
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 5:28pm On Feb 22
yungmin:
Hello house,

Please, do you have to pay any money to register if you need to drive bolt? That is, if you want to drive someone's car, do you have to pay some sort of registration money to do that?

Someone is asking me to lend 50k that he needs to pay before given a car to drive.

Your response would be highly appreciated.

1. Probably the owner of the car is asking for a caution fee (which probably might be refundable)

2. Ask the person if he is collecting the car under rental or hire-purchase (in most cases hp will require the driver to pay some amount and its always more than 50k...cos he is driving to own the car)

3. If the car owner or the person borrowing the money insist it's for registration....and not like caution fee or HP..... It's either your friend/brother is trying to swindle you or the person asking your friend/brother to bring 50k for registration is trying to swindle him.

Peace

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 9:37am On Feb 20
Felicity001:


Somebody that creates revenue and profit for your company is what?

If they're not employees who then are employees? Those girls sitting at the office? Or the security men? Does sitting at the office brings money into bank account?

Why do they take commission? For the app? Rubbish!
Why dont they have single car?

They should stop collecting commissions if they don't want to regard drivers who own their cars as employee.

Or does the fares drivers get from rides substacial to buy then a good car, maintain their car, do fueling and take care of other needs? No!

Bro try and create you own app..make it free for all.

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 10:41pm On Feb 19
deedee44:

Yes you're right! If saving with the bank is your source of income then you're an employee to them.
You mentioned Ts and Cs in contractual relationship, how many partnership Ts and Cs do you see where it's only one party that has all the inputs and the other party has no say whether it favours them or it's against them?

Yes you can delete bolt today just the way you can decide to resign from that work that doesn't pay you well, that doesn't mean you were not their employee

I think your understanding of the operational term "Employee and Employer " need to be brushed up.

An employee is a person employed for wages or salary. Bolt or Uber don't pay you wages nor salary rather you Pay them commission.

If the terms and condition of operation is exclusive to Uber or bolt it's a generic practice....just like Facebook , Instagram and other social service apps have theirs. They block rider and as well as Drivers.

Going by your perspective, if Dru gives felicity a car on rental to drive using the bolt and Uber platform, who is Felicity employer?

Need I even tell you that the relationship between a renter and a rentee is not that of an employment relationship, it's just a business relationship as long as the renter pays an agreed commission.

Pin this statement. That news shared by madam rad about Uber drivers now regarded as employee in the USA, watch how Uber will draft an employee handbook which will offer them more control over the drivers.

Peace

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Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 9:35pm On Feb 19
deedee44:

As long as uber/bolt has the power to sack (block) you because of rating then you are an employee to them because they dictate how you should do your work. If you're self employed then all terms and conditions should be yours to make

I guess when bank block your account, you as well an employee of the bank.

Terms and conditions applies in every contractual relationship, any of the party violates it you enact the punishment...you can delete bolt today and hell won't broke loose.
Business / Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by IFSHR: 7:56pm On Feb 19
Slickleo:
https://nairametrics.com/2021/02/19/uks-supreme-court-rules-that-uber-drivers-are-workers-not-self-employed/

Can our supreme Court do such
radautoworks:


I WAS JUST COMING TO POST THIS!!

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-56123668

As an HR person, I probably don't have much information about their operations abroad. But then using the Nigeria operation as a case study, I would say drivers can't be regarded as a employee to the Ehailing company..

The Ehailing company has very limited control over the operations of the drivers.

As a matter of fact in their organigram rider will have a higher placing than drivers.

They are more of a service provider, we the drivers are the real transport scheme.

Let's imagine it this way that when bolt or Uber entered Nigeria they went to the yellow taxi asso to pitch their idea of creating a system whereby they can easily link prospective riders to them and they all embrace it, are we going to call the taxi people their employee.

As long as what bolt and Uber provide is the App to connect both riders and drivers....the drivers still remain an independent body.

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