In response to pressure from attorneys general, Uber has now added a disclaimer to its food delivery app. Menu prices on the app may be higher than those offered directly by restaurants. But the new disclosure will only appear for customers in Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. While this change is a positive step for consumers, it still leaves a lot of questions unanswered. How can consumers ensure they know exactly what they're paying for? Car Accident Lawyers
In a recent lawsuit, the Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey, filed a Complaint for Declaratory Judgment in Suffolk County. The lawsuit accuses Uber of deceptive and illegal actions, including failing to disclose a fee schedule. The company's upfront pricing model also fails to disclose fares for certain services. If this lawsuit is successful, it would be the first class action lawsuit involving Uber pricing.