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Uber Offers To Pay $28.5M Fine To Customers For Misleading “Safety” Statements

Unfortunately, your cut will be less than a dollar.

Uber has offered to pay $28.5 million to settle two class action lawsuits brought against the company that alleges the ride-sharing company misled customers over safety statements it made, reports The Verge. If approved by the judge presiding over the case, the settlement will be divided among 25 million Uber passengers in the United States who used the service from January 1, 2013, to January 31, 2016. That means the average Uber customer’s take will be 87 cents, which would be refunded to their credit cards or added as a credit to their Uber accounts.

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