Uber admits breach, agrees to $26m penalty

By Jack Gramenz
Updated April 26 2022 - 5:41am, first published 5:36am
Rideshare company Uber faces a $26 m penalty after misleading customers on cancellation fees.

Rideshare company Uber has admitted to breaching Australian Consumer Law after falsely telling customers they may be charged for cancelling trips and misrepresenting prices of competing taxi companies.

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