Tell Lyft to reactivate my driver account

Tell Lyft to reactivate my driver account

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Gregory Blosser started this petition to Lyft and

My name is Greg Blosser. I moonlight driving for Lyft in the Binghamton, NY area. On July 4, 2021, my account was deactivated after a rider accused me of making derogatory remarks about African Americans during a ride on June 25. I contacted Lyft and told them that the accusation was completely false. A Safety Team rep named Nelson advised me he would reactivate my account, which he did.

An hour later, I received another email from a Lyft Safety Team rep by the name of Jonas. This email advised me that my account was being permanently deactivated. Lyft's decision was based on this incident and on a previous incident from May 15, 2021 in which I cancelled a ride due to the passenger not having a car seat for her small child. When I had advised her of it, she refused to leave my car, giving me no choice but to call the police. That rider then accused me of discrimination. The police, along with Driver Support, told me I did everything right.

I would not and did not make any derogatory remarks about African Americans or any other group. I always treat my riders with the utmost respect and kindness, which is demonstrated by my 5.0 feedback rating, along with many compliments from riders regarding the high level of service I provide. 

I want to start driving for Lyft again, not just for the money, but also because I really enjoy it. I love meeting new people and learning new things. It breaks my heart that this job has been taken away from me due to fabricated claims by others. With your support, I hope to convince the leadership at Lyft to correct their wrong decision. Please, sign this petition to show your support, and please pass it along to your friends and family and ask them to sign as well.

Thank you so much, and may God bless you!

 

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