June 23, 2017

Getting Paid by Lyft

(WSVN) – Have you tried Lyft or Uber? Many South Floridians have and love the ride sharing services, but one South Florida woman has a problem. Not with getting a lift, but getting paid by Lyft, which is why she called Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser.

Five years ago, if someone said “Lyft,” you might have said, “I don’t need one.” Today, you hit the app and wait for their driver to show up.

Myra Perez, Lyft driver: “I’ve done over 100 rides. I’ve gotten great references.”

Myra and her husband are both drivers for Lyft. A good way to make a little extra money.

Myra Perez: “And when I wasn’t working, I can do it a few hours a day while I look for work.”

With Lyft, Myra doesn’t have an office, a boss or get paid on a certain day. It’s electronic, so after driving for a few hours, Myra goes to the Lyft app. Myra Perez Myra Perez: “And when it came time for my pay, there is a button that you express payout, so I paid it out.”But the $117 didn’t show up in Myra’s Wells Fargo bank account.Myra Perez: “I reached out through email. And they’re like, ‘Well, […]

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