The Newest Uber Scam to Watch Out For

If you throw up in an Uber, you'll get hit with an extra charge of up to $150.

So the newest scam drivers are pulling is "vomit fraud" . . . where they claim you threw up, even if you didn't. They might even include fake photos.

And if it happens to you, you can go through a long appeals process with Uber . . . and if they DO finally take your side, it can take a while to get reimbursed. 

(Miami Herald)

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