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Public Area => Taxi Talk => Topic started by: Taxi driver42 on December 04, 2019, 09:11:09 am

Title: Fn warning
Post by: Taxi driver42 on December 04, 2019, 09:11:09 am
If u cancel a job a warning pops up

Something like cancelling a job can get u knocked of system

Anyone else get it lately?
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: mercenary for hire on December 04, 2019, 09:37:44 am
I'd say it's just an automated message.I doubt they can afford to switch anyone off at a time when they're paying new drivers to pass the geography test.
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Belker on December 04, 2019, 09:59:40 am
That is just fer cancelling on pre-books, if you do it too often they Fook ya off pre-books fer 24 hours.
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: dalymount on December 04, 2019, 10:04:51 am
TAKE BACK CONTROL BEFORE ITS TO LATE. THERE WILL STILL BE THE SAME AMOUNT OF WORK OUT RHERE DISPATCHER, OR NO DISPATCHER
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Belker on December 04, 2019, 10:06:23 am
TAKE BACK CONTROL BEFORE ITS TO LATE. THERE WILL STILL BE THE SAME AMOUNT OF WORK OUT RHERE DISPATCHER, OR NO DISPATCHER
NO THERE WONT !
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Taxi driver42 on December 04, 2019, 10:57:01 am
That is just fer cancelling on pre-books, if you do it too often they Fook ya off pre-books fer 24 hours.


Ok didn't know that
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: dalymount on December 04, 2019, 11:25:12 am
Of course there will still be the same amount of work. Do you seriously think people will stop using taxis just because they won't have the luxury of tapping their phone ?
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: The Liffey Lip on December 04, 2019, 12:06:08 pm
Problem being they're tapping their phones even to donate to charity....move with the times or become another T-Rex.
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Octavia1 on December 04, 2019, 12:09:56 pm
Of course there will still be the same amount of work. Do you seriously think people will stop using taxis just because they won't have the luxury of tapping their phone ?

Daily..wit all due respect ..I'm afraid you are not conscious of the extent of phone app  addiction that is taking place amongst the public......apart from the silly hour Saturday morning peak demand at Christmas now ....drivers are not going to abandon the app and in most cases are just as addicted to it as the customers....especially the lick arse ambassadors and thers no point in repeatedly telling them to  stop .....its an exercise in futility......ide say if ken was asked to come in an get his arm tattooed wit his freenow identity number heed duly oblige an bring in a box of dougnuts for them aswell .....an a jar of vaseline if they asked
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Octavia1 on December 04, 2019, 12:10:56 pm
Of course there will still be the same amount of work. Do you seriously think people will stop using taxis just because they won't have the luxury of tapping their phone ?
Yes....
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: The Liffey Lip on December 04, 2019, 12:21:04 pm
Of course there will still be the same amount of work. Do you seriously think people will stop using taxis just because they won't have the luxury of tapping their phone ?



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Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Rat Catcher on December 04, 2019, 12:40:04 pm
The moral of the story... don't accept a job unless you're going to do it. A lot of FN drivers take jobs and ply for hire on the way, cancelling if they get flagged. That's not on, if you take a job cover it.
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Taxi driver42 on December 04, 2019, 01:14:53 pm
The moral of the story... don't accept a job unless you're going to do it. A lot of FN drivers take jobs and ply for hire on the way, cancelling if they get flagged. That's not on, if you take a job cover it.


I took a job rang them no answer and on a main rd ya cant just block traffic for 10 mins it's not  on
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Rat Catcher on December 04, 2019, 01:17:37 pm
Did you proceed to the pick up point before ringing? If so, that's a run of the mill no contact, nothing to be concerned about. Iif you waited 5 mins before cancelling you qualify for a no contact fee of €5.00.
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: Shallowhal on December 04, 2019, 01:18:38 pm
The moral of the story... don't accept a job unless you're going to do it. A lot of FN drivers take jobs and ply for hire on the way, cancelling if they get flagged. That's not on, if you take a job cover it.


I took a job rang them no answer and on a main rd ya cant just block traffic for 10 mins it's not  on

Certain drivers don't seem to give a shit how long the block up main roads...in fact they seem entitled!!
Title: Re: Fn warning
Post by: TheDevilHimself on December 04, 2019, 10:53:42 pm
If I accept a job that pops up and the system then gives me a different job than the one that I accepted  then more often than not I will cancell it.