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Sent request to pathao. Had to cancel 3 times because the bike doesn’t have the same number as shown in the app.
What’s up with it? Should I be concerned? It definitely doesn’t feel safe for some reason.
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The riders use different strategies to minimise the amount they pay back to pathao.
Although it does give them a few extra bucks it is supposed to be illegal.
If you prioritise time to reach destination, it’s better to move along. If you prioritise safety and authenticity, better to cancel and report to pathao.
Ask them the name, Which definitely cannot be different!
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