Uber pays $2.6 million to settle Dutch case

It includes fine and giving back revenue earned from the service in the Netherlands


Reuters March 09, 2019
The Uber logo is seen on mobile telephone in London, Britain, September 25, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS

Uber has paid around 2.3 million euros ($2.6 million) in a settlement after it was found to have offered an unlicensed taxi service in the Netherlands in 2014-2015, Dutch prosecutors said on Friday.

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The settlement over Uber’s “UberPop” service - in which people with no taxi license transport passengers in their own cars and use Uber software to find customers and handle payments - included both a fine and giving back revenue earned from the service in the Netherlands.

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