In order to avoid violating visa conditions, foreign Uber drivers falsely use other people's accounts to cause security concerns.

[Social News]     2019-08-13
In order to avoid being caught by the police for violating visa conditions, many foreign drivers who share travel platforms use other people's account...

In order to avoid being caught by the police for violating visa conditions, many foreign drivers who share travel platforms use other people`s accounts. The phenomenon has raised public concerns about the safety of road users.

According to the Herald Sun, a large number of car rental ads have recently emerged on classified advertising Gumtree. "the Toyota (Toyota Camry) rents A $295 a week," one of the ads said. "the car works well and is registered on Uber (Uber) and Ola shared travel platforms. You just have to pay the rent to use it."

The other advertising is a bicycle that can be used as take-out platforms such as Uber Eats and Deliveroo. The weekly rate is only$120.

Stonington (Stonnington) police, together with Australian border guard (ABF), recently launched a crackdown on food takeout diners, Operation Badger (Operation Badger), in (Chapel St), church street, and filed 39 charges. Three of the tourists with holiday visas were caught working illegally.

Acting senior sheriff Shitler (Neil Schlittler) said police had examined hundreds of food couriers and found that a small number of them were using other people`s accounts. "this is clearly to cover up the fact that they work in violation of visa conditions. Our aim is to ensure that no one is exploited here."

Sheriff Schlitler said the use of other people`s accounts would also pose tax, insurance and accountability issues for takeout companies, and said the police would conduct similar actions again to "ensure the safety of road users and ensure that they are held accountable."

Dr. Barnit (Belinda Barnet), an expert on digital media at (Swinburne University) at Swaben University, said the use of colleague accounts by drivers of shared travel platforms can lead to a variety of problems, including threat for passenger safety.

She said drivers may face situations where working hours are too long and salary is too low, which will be difficult to regulate because of a lack of digital records. In addition, passengers who unfortunately encounter an accident may have no way to complain, because the driver who serves them may not be the real owner of the account at all.

Moss (Chrissie Maus), head of the church street zoning association (Chapel Street Precinct Association), says ensuring the safety of service providers and customers remains a top priority.

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