Uber charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Uber.

You might see Uber listed on your credit card statement as:
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Uber could appear on your statement as:

What is Uber?

Uber is a technology company that operates a global online transportation network. The company's platform connects riders with drivers, allowing people to quickly and easily get a ride, no matter where they are in the world. Uber has evolved from a simple ride-hailing service to a more diverse platform, offering different types of services such as food delivery, e-bike and e-scooter rentals, and freight transportation.

The top 5 products and services that Uber provides for its customers are:

  1. Ride-hailing services: Customers can order a ride through Uber's mobile app, choosing from various ride options and prices.
  2. UberEATS: This service lets people order food delivery from their favorite local restaurants.
  3. Jump bikes and scooters: Uber offers electric bikes and scooters for rental, allowing people to move through cities more efficiently.
  4. Uber Freight: This service connects shippers and carriers, making freight transportation more efficient and easier to manage.
  5. Uber for Business: This product allows businesses to manage their employees' transportation expenses and book rides for clients and guests.
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