Read letter here: Letter to Twitter 02 24 2019
Twitter suspended our account on or about 02/14/2019. We are trying to get it back and will be back online as soon as we have a resolution. or may be not.
The following is the letter we mailed to twitter.
The account UID: dumpuber was suspended on or about 02/12/2019. The email from twitter stated that it was suspended due to multiple or repeat violations. We checked the rules and could not identify with the violations listed. Could someone at twitter please explain what rules we may have inadvertently violated?
Our twitter account http://twitter.com/Dumpuber hashtag is connected with the website http://dumpuber.com and http://info.dumpuber.com/ We are bringing a revolutionary idea to ride-hailing called blockchain ride-hailing that will remove the “middleman” ie: Uber and Lyft.
We are on the verge of bringing this technology that will Bankrupt Uber. We are exploring the possibility of open sourcing it for all and are seeking supporters via twitter, facebook, linkedin etc.
We are providing valuable memes, documents, information to Riders and Drivers around the world, explaining, why Uber, Lyft are flawed models and bad business for Drivers as well as Riders and why they should dump Uber and look forward to blockchain ride-hailing instead.
We explain how this revolution has the potential of putting 95% of the earnings into the driver’s pockets instead of the 60% or 70% that Uber does. Why Passengers/riders will feel the satisfaction of playing it fair and paying Drivers a fair fare for the ride.
This, of-course is bad news for Uber and its investors and to all the people who hope to profit from Uber IPO and would want our site shutdown or the blockchain ride-hailing to go away unnoticed.
We received an rather unusually large offer to buy our domain name dumpuber.com, the twitter account and for all our memes and material we were posting online before twitter shut down our account. We believe that as soon as the offer was declined, the people associated with that offer may have used twitter to do their dirty work for them.
Twitter can help spread the word. But twitter appears one of the entities to have blocked this message from getting across by suspending our account. Please unblock the account.
We have listed several articles that have appeared in several magazines, online journals, blogs etc. that have links from our website. We have posted these urls on our twitter and other accounts to popularize them. We have posted several memes that are very popular among Uber drivers who retweet, reblog, repost to other accounts online.
You can view some of the memes here: http://dumpuber.com/pics/
We are educating Uber and other ride-hailing users ( Riders and Drivers) that currently Uber and Lyft charge between 20% to 35% of the commission from the ride. While the Drivers are left bearing most of the risks and expenses for a ride. Blockchain ride-hailing will remove the middleman and pass 95% of the payment to the Drivers. We have a very large drivers following on our website. We are hoping that twitter educates more of the drivers via our hashtag.
We are not or have ever spammed anyone. We are educating, creating and promoting blockchain and how this technology can be used in ridesharing. Please see an article on Forbes here the same technology that we are promoting.
See example here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2018/02/09/why-blockchain-could-kill-uber/
Please unblock unsuspend our account.
Uber Controversy: Is it a Ponzi Scheme? | Glennon Capital https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-DDHh_Em6E
Australian who runs $37 billion investment fund calls Uber a ‘ponzi scheme,’ claims it’ll be broke in a decade. https://www.businessinsider.com/australian-fund-manager-calls-uber-a-ponzi-scheme-2017-5
Is Blockchain ridesharing going to destroy Uber?
Can Uber Ever Deliver? Parts 1-5
By Hubert Horan Email: email@example.com
Parts 1-4 include the original versions of arguments (subsequently published in the TLJ article) about Uber’s dismal financial results, uncompetitive economics, and its explicit pursuit of unregulated industry dominance based on data available in 2016; Part 5 answers questions raised by readers of Parts 1-4
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For a PDF parts 6-9 Can_Uber_Ever_Deliver__6-9_.pdf
For a Pdf Can_Uber_Ever_Deliver__10-16A_.pdf
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