How do I contact Uber partner support?
Call us on 0808 189 7190 You can also call the support line via your Uber app: Tap the ‘Help’ button in the menu. Tap ‘Call Support’ and you’ll be connected to a trained member of the team.
How do I send a message to Uber support?
You can also visit your local Greenlight Hub for assistance or submit a question at help.uber.com. If you contact Uber through help.uber.com, our support team will get back to you. You’ll receive a notification on your phone (if you have notifications enabled) letting you know that you’ve received a response.
Does Uber have chat support?
So we’re adding a way for riders and drivers to chat right in the Uber app. It’s now easier than ever to get in touch. To chat with their driver en route, a rider should go to the Uber feed and tap “contact” and then “chat.” When drivers receives a chat from the rider, it will be read aloud to them.
What is Uber ABN number?
Current details for ABN 49 160 299 865 23
|Entity name:||UBER AUSTRALIA PTY LTD|
|ABN status:||Active from 24 Sep 2012|
|Entity type:||Australian Private Company|
|Goods & Services Tax (GST):||Registered from 01 Oct 2012|
|Main business location:||NSW 2088|
What is Uber customer support phone number?
Uber Customer Support. Uber customer service could be contacted via http://help.uber.com. Besides that, you can contact Uber via Twitter at https://twitter.com/Uber_Support. If you issue is urgent and has emergency status there is an Uber phone number you can contact The phone number is 800-353-8237 or 800-353-UBER.
How do you contact Uber customer service?
Uber does have a phone support option available for passengers. However, this phone number is for use in emergencies only. It’s called the critical safety response line, and you can reach it by calling 800-353-8237.
How to contact Uber by help portal?
– Call (800) 353-UBER – for emergencies ONLY – Use the Uber partner or rider support features within the Uber app – Visit the official Uber Help Portal – You can email Uber customer service – Find a local Uber office – Reach out to Uber on Facebook or Twitter