He tells us, "Rated a driver one star because he took a terrible route and wasted 30 minutes.
That review was probably flagged in the system, which led to a community manager to review the ride, and consequently my account.
They noticed how high my credits were and froze my account.
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Uber riders know they can get a free $20 credit toward future rides by signing up their friends for the on-demand limo and taxi service.
But Blake Jareds, who works at a New York-based real estate startup, took this to the extreme recently by signing up so many people he earned $50,000 in credits. Unfortunately, his credit was canceled and his account was flagged after he gave one driver a one-star review, he says.
Uber declined to comment on Jareds' claim, but pointed us to the company's credit policy, which requires users to actually know the friends they're signing up for the mobile app.
It prohibits giving away your credit code to strangers: "public distribution on sites where you are a contributor but not the primary content owner (e.g., Wikipedia, coupon websites) is not allowed." Jareds had posted his Uber credit code on a Reddit site for folks looking for cut-price deals, and many of his 2,500 or so referrals came from there.New Uber members can get a ride credit of their own, so even strangers are incentivized to use someone else's referral code to join.Jareds rode around via Uber for free for eight straight weeks, until he got one bad ride.They responded that I earned credit inappropriately and my account/credit was suspended." An email from Uber to Jareds tells a slightly different story.It says: Our system has flagged your account indicating you’ve taken advantage of the Uber referral program to earn Uber credit inappropriately.You will no longer earn credit from invite codes associated with these accounts, and we’ve removed the credit earned previously from the primary account associated with this invite code.