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Saturday 6 may I asked for a ride estimate which app ordered. I cancelled immediately but payment was deducted (2x) bank reversed one payment. But I still paid R147.00 for a ride that I cancelled.

This morning a further R25.00 was deducted as a cancellation fee. I unacceptable this but why has the initial fee of R147.00 not been refunded? This is a rip off. I have queried this 4 times now and if I do not get a refund within 24 hrs I will start posting this all over social media

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