For a long time now . . . Most people have realized that the "gig economy" was just a big lie.
Sadly, here's one more example of this truism . . .
“The phone number that showed up on my Bluetooth in my car was a 415 number. I answered the call, and they told me they were with Uber, with the corporate office,” Urton said.
She said the person on the call claimed that she was letting other people use her account. By that time, she realized a rider wasn’t coming.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) - A Kansas City Uber driver named Laticia Urton said after she accepted a ride request in the northland Saturday morning, she got a strange phone call. "The phone number that showed up on my Bluetooth in my car was a 415 number.