The taxi company by application reminded users to check the car, the license plate and the driver partner before starting their trip.
After the image of a person who "buys Uber accounts" became viral on Facebook, the taxi company by application issued a notice to warn the public about fraudulent practices.
"We clarify that this is not Uber advertising and that there is only one way allowed for a person to be part of the platform as a driving partner," they said.
Therefore, they urged drivers wishing to join Uber to use the official channels of the company to avoid being scammed.
"We also invite to report in the application, any irregularity or the existence of third parties that offer this type of unauthorized services," they added.
Finally, they pointed out that those who are involved in fraud cases will have their accounts immediately deactivated. Therefore, they reiterated for users to check the car, the license plate and the driver before starting their trip.
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