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To unsubscribe from Uber text messages, send the word “STOP” to 89203 using the mobile device that receives the messages. If you decide to stop receiving email updates from Uber, you can click the “Sign Out” link at the end of each message. We do not sell your personal data. For the Lyft Platform to work, we may need to share your personal data with other users, third parties, and service providers. This section explains when and why we share your data. Within 30 days of signing the new agreement, you can send an email with the intention of rejecting this arbitration clause or send a letter. Otherwise, you`re locked up! To retain your legal right to sue Uber as an individual or as a class member, you must unsubscribe from mandatory arbitration. Binding arbitration agreements were formalized in 1925, which allowed two companies of roughly equal size to settle their disputes outside the courtroom, which allows both parties to save a lot of money and time, but since then, the main purpose of arbitration is to coerce employees, clients, patients and other relatively weak parties to waive their right to take legal action (or participate in class actions) as a prerequisite for moving to work. Looking for care or just driving for Uber. Instead, people crammed into binding arbitration agreements are forced to individually argue their cases in a privatized courtroom where the arbitrator (in most cases a former judge) is often a contractor for the company whose behavior led to the complaint. I signed the previous agreements and I continue to ride, but on this occasion I decided to read the 27 pages. .