E-hailing capitalists are finally being investigated for charging unreasonably high fares after months of squeezing their clients’ wallets dry.
If you use an e-hailing service often, you may have noticed a significant shift lately.
The booking cost is rising tremendously; it’s becoming more difficult to book a trip, and even if you do, your driver is most probably 15 minutes away and is completing another booking first.
Malaysians are astute and, once again, quick to voice their displeasure on social media as a result of the unexpected spike in price and reduction in service quality.
One Twitter user suggested that she should just delete Grab for trying to charge her RM17 for an 8-minute cab ride.
like fr, i should just uninstall grab!! mahal nak mampussss bukan peak hours pon pic.twitter.com/oSBUkf6o52
— hanna (ia) (@onyrmarked) May 18, 2022
Another user shared the same frustration after being…