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How Uber is being ripped off in China

Fraudsters take advantage of the US car-booking company which is spending millions on free rides and driver bonuses, hoping to market Uber services to customers
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 05:50

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Uber has to balance between giving out incentives to build its pool of drivers and clamping down on fraud, as it chases market leader Didi Kuaidi.

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JAMES Li was unhappy with his pay as a security guard in Shanghai, so he started driving on weekends for Uber Technologies Inc. He's almost tripled his pay - in part by scamming the company. Mr Li, an alias since he feared retribution if his real name was made public, is taking

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