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Uber To Ban Passengers With Low Ratings

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On Thursday, Uber announced it will soon ban passengers with low ratings. The company did not say what minimum riders would need to meet. The company did not specify what infractions might reduce their rating them the most. Drivers have long been expected to comply with minimum star ratings to keep working. User ratings are usually issued by the drivers.

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