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Lyft Corporate Office Address

Lyft, Inc.
548 Market StreetSuite 68514
San Francisco, California 94104

Contact Lyft

Phone Number: (855) 865-9553
Fax Number: (866) 292-2713
Website: https://www.lyft.com/
Email: Email Lyft

Facts

Founder: Logan Green & John Zimmer
Date Founded: June, 2012
Founding Location: Santa Barbara, California
Number of Employees: 1600

Executives

CEO: Logan Green
CFO: John Zimmer
COO: Travis VanderZanden

Lyft History

Lyft was founded in 2012 by Logan Green and John Zimmerman. These business partners already owned Zimride, but wanted to make a division that dealt with shorter ride sharing. Lyft is peer to peer ride sharing company that connects those who have transportation with those who need a ride.

Lyft work by having clients set up profiles, which are linked to a funding source, such as bank account or PayPal. Once the ride is marked as completed, payment is sent. Both drivers and those looking for a ride can rate each other using a 5 star system as feedback. All drivers receive background checks and in person interviews with other Lyft drivers. Although each driver carries their own insurance, Lyft also carries a $1 million policy on each driver.

The company had $800 million in revenue in 2015. In early 2016, General Motors and Lyft announced that they planned on launching a fleet of self-driving taxis within 1 year.

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Jeremy Gordon December 8, 2017 at 4:10 am

So my account was hacked and was charged almost forty dollars for rides I did not take and i was told that it came from my account which I replied I know cause my account was hacked I have yet to receive a refund and now I can’t get a response what should I do

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Teresa Nixon December 5, 2017 at 12:55 pm

My objective is regarding Lyfts policies on Rider Complaints . I had a Ride Request in Atlanta Georgia, on Sunday Dec 3, 2017. When I arrived at the pickup location the Passenger had to many riders, as I was asking him to the cancel the ride, his children got in my car walking on my back-seat with mud, dirt, and leaves on their shoes, which stained my back-seat. I mentioned to the Passenger that his children had stained my seats. He stated to me that he was refusing to cancel the ride, because he did not want to pay the cancellation fee of $6.00. I tried to cancel, but the app stated that if I cancelled that this would negatively affect my ratings. I went around the corner, and called the Lyft Critical Line to explain the damage and the incident with the Rider. I waited 20 minutes just for Lyft to cancel the ride. The rep told me to take pictures of the damage, and send it in on the support app. He also stated that my account would be placed on hold while they investigated the incident, and that I would not be able to drive. A few hours later I checked my email to find that Lyft stated that they received a complaint from their Lyft Community that I was in possession of a Fire-Arm. There was no information of the Riders name who made that claim or proof. This accusation is false; I do not have or own a firearm. Lyft deactivated me immediately. They asked me to email them immediately. I emailed them explaining my story. My complaint is once they shut my app down, I could only correspond through email. I could not go to the office to speak with someone about this false claim. One day later Lyft decided to reactivate my account.

I have been working for Lyft for 1 -1/2 years, I am not going to do anything to jeopardize driving for Lyft.. I got an email stating they decided to reactivate my account. If they should receive another complaint regarding a firearm, I am permanently deactivated. This is a very serious accusation, I am not going to take this lightly, these passengers know exactly what their doing. Some of them get in the car being disrespectful to me and my property. They make false claims to get discounted rides, or free rides. I need to file a charges on this rider, and who do I need to talk to? Please respond asap

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Ted Bazer November 29, 2017 at 9:40 am

I earned a $300 bonus from Lyft for my first 200 rides. The promotion ended 10/27/2017. I am still waiting for my payment. I contacted support after each deposit into my bank account for the past few weeks inquiring about my payment. I received several excuses ranging from “it may take a couple of pay periods to hit my bank”, “we are working on it”, and the latest one, “there seems to be a technical issue. Our technicians are working on fixing the problem”. Well today is another pay day, and still no payment. I’m starting to believe they have no intention of paying my bonus. Any suggestions on what to do next will be greatly appreciated.

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Yvette Brown November 24, 2017 at 12:08 pm

I signed up with the Lyft promotion that I would receive $750 If I completed 150 rides in 50 days. That was Oct. 17th, and I received a text stating the promo had been applied to my account then. I completed those rides by Nov. 19th. I texted lyft help center asking when would I receive my $750. Luis Vasquez from lyft emailed me saying I had to send lyft a screen shot of the $750 promo code. Lfyt didn’t tell me back in Oct. that I had to save a screen shot of the $750 promo. The promotion offer now is for $350, and that was all they were going to give me. I’ve called Lyft help several times. They all claimed they can’t do anything without the code. I spoke to Isaac Nov.22, about 2:15. He claimed that I had entered the code in Oct. for $350, and Lyft would not be issuing me any further funds. I told Isaac that someone there at Lyft had entered that code, not me. I asked to speak to a supervisor. Isaac said he was the supervisor, and he wasn’t going to change it. 15 minutes later, I contacted the help center again to see if I could talk to someone else. Yasmine called me this time. She could not help me either. She did CONFIRM that the code for $350 had been entered into my account only 25 minutes ago. Someone from Lyft had entered that code.
If Lyft does honor their $750 promotion, my family and I will be posting Lyfts scam all over social media, Yelp, Google, and the BBB! I will no longer be driving for Lyft.

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Melissa Gray November 18, 2017 at 10:33 pm

When i signed on to become a driver i chose the bonus complete 150 rides for $500. I was having trouble with my original account and it was not allowing me to finish submitting documents so i emailed Lyft for assistance i receieved no response so i had to start over and i could not apply the bonus since it was like i had a duplicate account. Well i successfully completed my account and got approved as a driver. I called lyft and asked the Lyft rep when i got my car inspected that i wanted to make sure my bonus is on my account and i was told lyft will see it was applied when i first signed on and be honored. I recieved an email from a lyft rep that they will have to manually add the bonus as soon as i complete my 150 rides. Well once i fid so i emailed them and was told it was submitted to vorporate and wont get the bonus for 2 to 3 weeks now. This is terrible as i was never told this and others who complete their rides get their bonus the moment they complete their rides but i am being penalized because it didnt get applied when i had to redo my account. Bad business

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mitchell keawe November 8, 2017 at 10:35 am

Lyft should double check the drivers before allowing them to drive and provide transportation service.

I live in California

On 11/6/17, Darlene (Driver) picked me up from my residence. When i got to my location, after leaving the car, I realized my life-line cell phone was in the car. I returned to go to the car and she drove off.

I am blind and a stroke victim.

I notified Lyft CS by phone and email. It now has been 48 hours since I reported this to Lost & Found and the excuse I get from Lyft is this: “We reached out to the drive by cell, text and email and she has not returned our calls.”

They then went on to tell me “it is the responsibility of the passenger to take care of their own things”. I asked, what would you do if you were in my exact situation? All they could say was I am sorry we did all we could do but the driver (Darlene) is not responding. So I stated: “So, your drivers are not responsible for their actions to return urgent calls from the company? They responded: “I cannot answer that”.

I then said that Lyft can monitor when they log on and off, right? Again they said: “I cannot answer that”.

Bottom line. Lyft does not check with their drivers and make it a policy that when Lyft calls out to them, for any reason, they should respond. . . but no, Lyft they can only do what the current policy ask.

As for the driver (in particular, DARLENE), she is irresponsible in not returning calls to Lyft (if Lyft did as they said); not compassionate to at least help me bring closure to the lost of my life-line medical cell.

Well, Darlene (or whoever picked up my phone in her car), spend your money wisely after you sold my phone.

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Charles Chenes October 29, 2017 at 8:07 pm

it is my correct info.

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Christine Nanney October 15, 2017 at 4:43 pm

I signed up for an hourly guarantee program for the weekend. I performed all the requirements I can find on your website, my driver dashboard etc. I even took screen shots of everything and had others check to make sure I didn’t miss something. My pay is missing virtually ALL the hourly guarantee for approximately 18 hours. I’ve spoken with your driver help people who say “that’s just how its calculated’, Gotten emails from your support center telling me there is a two ride per hour requirement that I can NOT find anywhere on my dashboard or your web pages. By the way, I accepted all jobs and Lyft didnt have enough work for me to do two jobs an hour, how is that my fault – and where is that requirement so I would have known PRIOR to opting in. I could have driven for Uber and made double what you are trying to pay me. Lyft MISREPRESENTED this pay structure to get drivers to work a super busy weekend for them instead of Uber. Adding
insult to financial injury your staff cant tell me who to contact to escalate this so here I am on this venue. Treat your drivers right, we are the face of your company. I am a 5 star driver that is about to toss anything with the lyft name on it in the trash and move to Uber.

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Chris Langdon November 14, 2017 at 12:07 am

Please contact me at Qiologist@ yahoo.com.

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Dan Jakes August 28, 2017 at 10:23 am

Lyft,

Please be advised I have been trying to contact your office with new information that I have moved from the Washington DC area to the Boston (Sutton, MA), MA area. I sent an email with the new picture of the license plate, safety vehicle approval from the state of MA and new insurance information for your file. Please advise if you have these documents on file since I am ready and willing to drive in the Worester, Sutton or Boston area.
Thanks,

Dan Jakes
847-404-XXXX

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Damion August 8, 2017 at 6:03 pm

I did a ride that was a 3 hour ride instead of getting my payment I have got nothing but excuse all those miles I put on my car then you tell me you will not pay me for reason like I planed a ride in I never met these people before in my life then they said they don’t pay for trips over a 100 miles so why did you send the ride to me in let me drive 6 hours back in forth

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Elaine Schear August 1, 2017 at 1:59 pm

Dear Lyft CEO, Development, Marketing, or Community Engagement Staff,

I apologize in advance for this unprofessional twitter-esque approach, but here goes:
As a company with its heart in making transportation an affordable, enjoyable, and human experience, would you consider supporting low-income, highly motivated high school students in their travel experiences?

I’m the Executive Director and Co-founder of Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (focrls.org), a non-profit association that supports a variety of academic opportunities, including Travel Fellowships, for students at the 2,000 one and only public high school in Cambridge, MA.

Could we arrange for a conversation?
Regardless, thank you for reading my note, and best wishes for Lyft!

Elaine Schear, Ed.D.
Exec. Director, Friends of CRLS
(617) 275-6338 (m)

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Customer in ATL July 24, 2017 at 5:10 pm

Lyft has the worst customer service I have ever seen. Explain to me why a driver has had my keys since Friday. Lyft keeps telling me we are contacting her, but yet I bet she is allowed to drive still. Then they tell me “she is her own boss she just drivers under us”. So when something happens with A LYFT driver as as the driver they wash their hands of all responsibility. Yet if the driver does something that takes away money from them not their “passengers” now they are a LYFT employee. Whey is it taking an entire weekend for me to have keys returned to me? The driver is unprofessional. She lied about bringing my keys several times, then tells me to meet her somewhere and says her phone died. She told me she works for DFES and had an crisis when come to find out she was late for a cookout, and says its her birthday. Lyft keeps telling me someone will email me but nothing has happened. My safety is at risk as well as money being spent on changed locks and cancelled flights.

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Julie Shaffer July 12, 2017 at 9:50 am

Dear Lyft – I am currently a driver with Uber with much success and wanted to add Lyft to my driving portfolio. I applied in person at a Lyft event in Broomfield, CO. All aspects of my application were approved, but my current driver’s license is less than 1 year. My prior license is from Hawaii and I was told by the Lyft team what and how to request my driver’s history from Hawaii. I followed the instructions to the letter, which included forms, notaries, express mail, etc. I submitted my “perfect” driving history via email to Lyft 4 times and never got an update my status was cleared. I drove back to Broomfield’s event this week only to be told there is a special division for HI license approval and that person was out of office (at that time my file stated I was declined as a driver). Yesterday I received a text from one of the Broomfield’s Lyft team members and was told Lyft will no longer accept drivers with a Hawaii license or Hawaii driving history. The reason given was Lyft does not approve the State of Hawaii as a valid government agency in regards as to driving records. I was even instructed to try to obtain other driving histories, disregarding my 6 years as a Hawaiian resident. In my 27 years of driving I have never received a ticket of any kind or had an accident. I am blown away by this news and even more so the lack of any support or communication by Lyft. On top of the insult to me and not to mention the State of Hawaii, I had to spend over $30 to obtain these documents as Lyft instructed only to be told we don’t accept Hawaii’s DMV records. Lyft – you missed out.

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Ms. Walmack June 28, 2017 at 10:33 pm

I HAVE CONTACTED THE LABOR BOARD. LYFT IS A GET RICH QUICK SCAM THAT HAS COSTED SEVERAL VICTIMS INCLUDING MYSELF. I SHOULD HAVE NEVER DECIDED TO WORK FOR THEM.

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Veronica June 15, 2017 at 3:10 pm

My account has been locked for a while. My recent inquiry to the lyft help desk led me down a road that has made me very angry. I used lyft 1 time and the ride was free. I am told my account cannot be unlocked because I violated the terms of service. But get this, they will not tell me what the violation was. I attempted to do this the correct way but there seems to not be a corporate email to send issues or complaints to.

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John Mooshian June 5, 2017 at 2:33 pm

Lyft SCRIDES PROMO CODE NEVER WORKS AND THE COMPANY CONTINUES TO STEAL AND LIE…SO MUCH FOR REPLACING PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WITH THE LYING THEIVES AT LYFT- THEY’RE GPS IS A JOKE AND THE $2 PROMO CODE IS RARELY, IF EVER HONORED. I’VE NEVER EVEN BEEN TO THE ADDRESS THE LYFT APP SAYS I’M PICKED UP AT (MY APT IS IN FRONT OF A BUS STOP- I HAVE ALL RECEIPTS FROM REPEAT TRIPS AND SCREENSAVED RESPONSES-ALL LIES- LFYT BLAMES MY PHONE (TYPICAL OF THIS LYING THEIVING COMPANY)- THIS TRAVESTY HAS TO GO TO THE CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE-EVERYBODY’S TALKING IN ORANGE COUNTY- IM CALLING MY CC COMPANY AND CANCELLING ALL LYFT CHARGES FOR 21/2 MONTHS-LYFT DID NOTHING BUT LIE THERE IS NO RECOURSE PROVIDED-BOYCOTT LYFT NATIONWIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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anthony stone June 5, 2017 at 12:31 pm

Hi Last week I started my application process as a driver via texting. But when I realized that I was going to have to download my Driv. lic. and pics, I finished the application process on line rather than via the phone as it is way easier on the computer. I then submitted my deposit and got a reply saying that you would notify me in 48 hours. That was thursday the June 1. In the meantime, I and getting texts from you saying that I must finish my application process! I guess that is because I started out via text and that application probably had to do with me using my own car. But since mine is too old, I will need the leased car etc. So am kind of concerned that you have my $250 and I havent heard from you. Especially if there is some kind of mixed up regarding my application. thanks, tony 409-254-XXXX

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samuel aragbaye June 4, 2017 at 2:26 am

Sir this is an inquiry to find out the criteria for a franchise to Nigeria. Please confirm if you will be interested in your company operating in Nigeria. The potential in this country is very great.
Regards.
Samuel Aragbaye

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Karen May 18, 2017 at 5:11 pm

DO NOT USE LYFT!!! They have additional charges which makes it more expensive than regular cab rides. My ride from California Hotel & Casino to McCarran was $63.24! I have never ever paid that much and I travel to Las Vegas about 4 times/year. My friend had the same trip, same day, used Uber and her fee was $18.43. This is a huge difference. Something is definitely not right.

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Alexandria Chambers May 2, 2017 at 10:08 am

I didn’t even know of the existence of this company, until I noticed that I had a missing funds that I didn’t authorize. There’s no live person to speak with to get matter resolved. I had to deactivate my account and get a new card, because of this unnecessary dilemma. I am very upset about this and ask if you’re reading this potential clients sorry if you’ve been affected by this unprofessional company and those inquiring if this is a good company RUN!!!

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Khrisna Hawkins April 28, 2017 at 4:18 pm

I have a complaint!!!! For one I did not violate any community or safety issues! I have done 5 rides this morning and soon as I closed out of my last trip drop off – Lucy deactivated my account (not gonna let me cash out of my earnings).  This is violation to me!!! I have constantly for the past week have been dealing with app issues that have constantly changed my trips mid travel and even when I call the passenger to assure them I’m in route to pick them up,  the whole trip profile is changed to another passenger!!!  How am I being punished for things that are beyond my control!!  I have sent countless support emails concerning this issue and no answers but continued to trust Lyft and I’m having to do “damage control” with the passengers I pick up to explain these inconveniences to them! I want the money I worked for from yesterday to this morning which should me $52.00! I should have been able to deposit that money today – I Earned it!  I feel a lot of fishing things going on here and I have been used – now your not gonna pay me my earned money!

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Jean A Hogan April 28, 2017 at 11:08 am

How long does it take to investigate an allegation, made by a rider, regarding drugs ect and get deactivated? If I deliver a drug urine test, will that work? Where can I send my lab results to prove I’m about the most “squeaky clean” driver you have ever seen?

Love to hear back.
J.Hogan

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jose arguetara April 24, 2017 at 11:10 am

ayer fui asaltado por un lyft draiver en la ciudad de los angeles yo soy uber draiver y a las 9.55am en la called los angeles y la temple un motorists de lyft que iba con pasajer se bajo de su carro y empeso a insultarme y a gopear mi carro era un senor grande japones que manejaba un carro blanco Toyota priuss ano 2015 0 mas nuebo mi carroquedo con serios danos yo ise mi reporte a la policia no pude tomar las placas de carropues l tube miedo a este senor que esta loco y trabaja con ustedes ustedes deven de saver quien es espero na respusta pues yo iba con un pasajerotambiem ok mi pasajero me djo que ell seria testio por cualquier cosa que pase aui no hay manera de mandar fotos de mi caro los danos son por ay entre 500 o 400 doilares

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Charles April 5, 2017 at 12:29 pm

Forget about it people. You can’t contact Lyft in any way shape or form unless you have a compliment for them, or want to report a driver and get them instantly thrown off the platform. Lyft does not give one tiny damn about ANY or you, riders, drivers or the public. It’s all about their money.

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Charles Kelly April 3, 2017 at 5:16 pm

Almost IMPOSSIBLE to contact Lyft. Probably helps keep them from being process served. I drove for Lyft for over a year (14+ months?) and stayed a 4.9 feedback almost the whole time. I never heard a word from your weird “Trust And Safety” department, then suddenly I’m instantly thrown off Lyft over a 4 mph tire blowout that rider “Ron” was trying to turn into a car wreck insurance scam.

“Sarah” in Trust And Safety” forced me to prove it was a tire blowout and not a car accident and had to field Trust And Safety and York insurance BS without pay, then was let back on. Why can’t you simply call me before instantly ending all of my income? Too easy?

Then, a week later, I was instantly thrown off Lyft AGAIN for a non-incident over a canceled ride. It no longer involved Lyft. I didn’t want a psycho in my car but you were fine letting that psycho destroy my income. Your “Charlee” in Trust and Safety got personally angry at me for trying to follow up over her needless abuse of me, and her abuse of power, with a supervisor.

This was clearly a non-incident. You like instantly destroying my income rather than call me to ask if I am ok or in an incident. Why do you abuse your drivers like that? Why is any rider’s BS scam worth more than your drivers Lyft? Because you have an endless line of too willing slaves who will put up with your arrogance, long hours and low pay?

Why do you allow “Charlee” to get personally angry at me and take her personal problems out on me for just trying to follow up with a supervisor over her abuse of power? Why do you want “Charlee” bringing you a lawsuit?

I hope you’re missing all that money I used to earn. Hope you enjoy being worse than uber. And hope you enjoy my next moves over this. My attorney is laughing over the email below is further proof that this was just a personal issue by “Charlee”. She’s ripped Lyft’s liability wide open. She exposes and personifies Lyft’s arrogant and out of touch culture.

Regards, Charles

Here is yet another, LONG AFTER THE FACT email from your “Charlee” in Trust and Safety” proving she is abusing her Trust and Safety power in a very personal way.

[Lyft] Re: Follow-Up from Lyft Trust & Safety
LS
Lyft Support

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Fri 3/24, 6:03 PM
You

You replied on 3/25/2017 1:54 PM.
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Your request (28036047) has been updated. To add additional comments, reply to this email.

Charlee
Charlee (Lyft)
Mar 24, 3:03 PM PDT

Hi Charles,

Your driver account has been deactivated from the Lyft platform due to alleged violations of Lyft’s community guidelines and Terms of Service. We will be unable to service your needs as a driver on the Lyft platform any further.

Regards, Charlee

Trust & Safety Specialist
Help Center – lyft.com/help

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Lena Acres June 30, 2017 at 6:50 pm

My app was deleted due to an accident not involving myself or Lyft. Altho I’ve informed them that the accident has been resolved- the car is totaled n paid off by insurance – they stil hav not reactivated my app. I told them I would like to participate n the express rental program until I can get another car yet I’m stil jus sitting n waiting for no reason. I havent heard anything bak from this trust m safety dept. And would like to speak to someone n corporate now but there’s no number that I’m aware of…jus sitting n limbo for no reason!!!!

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Jennifer Delgado @: March 28, 2017 at 8:30 pm

I would like to speak with someone from the corporate office in regards to poor communication that I have had with both Lyft support & @asklyft via Twitter. In results of poor communication I have been overcharged and received generic messages. I’ve tried going to my local Lyft office and they were no help. Please try to help me to resolve this issue.

Jennifer

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bettye whitfield March 28, 2017 at 12:23 pm

I have sent 5 emails to LYFT regarding my bonus pay. I was promised a bonus of $180.00 if I reached my ride goal of 70 rides weekly. I have consistently reached my goal yet on seven occasions my bonus has been less than the $180.00. It is disheartening, disrespectful, unprofessional and extremely frustrating to be ignored by your LYFT. I work hard for my pay and cannot accept being ignored by LYFT as if I don’t matter.

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Debbie Helmit March 22, 2017 at 3:11 pm

I put in a application, But I dont have a car. I am trying to get a new application submitted so I can rent our lease a car. I need for the application I submitted will deleted so I can Submit another one. Thank you Ms. Debbie Helmit

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harout hiodoian March 6, 2017 at 7:55 pm

Hi im a driver can you please send me a mail Tax summary for the period 2016 thanks

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Egypt Mahone February 21, 2017 at 1:18 pm

This is my third attempt to get a response and have my money returned to me for overcharging on a rental. I will be contact BBB, local TV, and other media for help.

To Lyft Team:
I have awaited feedback or answers regarding my overpayment on my rental vehicle. I sent you an email on January 5, 2017, and have not heard from anyone. I haven’t even had acknowledgement that you have received my complaint. Please see the emails below

This lack of response from customer support is both insulting and unprofessional. I will be sending a letter to Logan Green for further action and response.

Thank you.

Egypt Mahone
EMAIL: egyptmeka at gmail.com
Phone 313-627-XXXX
Secondary Phone: 586-306-XXXX

Cc: Logan Green
John Zimmer

From: Williams, Elizabeth (M.)
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2017 10:36 AM
To: ‘pay at lyft.com’ ; ‘mentor at lyft.com’ ; ‘support at lyft.com’
Cc: ‘zilmahone at hotmail.com’ ; meka Mahone ; ‘edarvick at lyft.com’ ; ‘ejdarvick at gmail.com’
Subject: Reimbursement

To Lyft Support Teams:

I have contacted various support email addresses to resolve the issue outlined below and I have still not been reimbursed for my overcharge. I have had various responses to confirm that I met the ride quota, but no one has responded to when I will receive my money owed to me.

The lack of response from LYFT’s support has me frustrated and angry. I have been driving for over 1 year and to not be able to resolve billing issues is not good business practice. I was overcharged for my rental. I had 52 rides, 2 which where cancellations but still left 50, and I was charged for the rental fee, see my payout below via screen shots.

In the Detroit Express Pay program, as long as you have 50 rides the rental fee is waived. Please note that I had the required 50 rides, but the rental fee is deducted from my pay for Dec 12 – 18. I was still charged for the rental fee and the rental Lyft mileage a total of $358.27.

My driver history will provide the detail for you to validate that I had enough rides for the rental reimbursement. Also, my app and ride history are not matching and I sent in an email prior to payout of the problem. The response was to use the driver history as the accurate ride total. So now I am overcharged by rental fees. Please contact me or correct and refund the difference to my account.

I look forward to a prompt resolution in this matter.

Sincerely,

Egypt Mahone
EMAIL: egyptmeka at gmail.com
Phone 313-627-XXXX
Secondary Phone: 586-306-XXXX

Cc: Elliot Darvick @ ejdarvick at gmail.com

From: meka Mahone [mailto:egyptmeka at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 9:33 AM
To: Williams, Elizabeth (M.)
Subject: Look

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Jeff Kolb January 25, 2017 at 3:26 pm

I would like to know if you are interested in purchasing the domain:LYFTAUTONOMOUS.COM?
I buy and sell domains, just to let you know American Express has sent numerous Platinum Card invitations and the business is as of yet non existent.
Thanks,
Jeff Kolb

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Lisa Snellings January 23, 2017 at 11:10 am

Hi I’m not so happy ya’ll keep taking money from my account that I’m not even using I need my money back on my card or I’m going to the headquarters for my money and I will not use y’all ever a f-ing again

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