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OLA Cabin Decoding Calculation Questions
Taxi got here a few moments earlier. Overall fare charged by the OLA application and shown on the driver's vehicle was 468 cents. All I had with me at the beginning was 230 rubles in bar. I was amazed by the overall waiting period shown on the bill. He said that the entire waiting period was 32 mins for my journey, which took exactly 32 mins.
My fun part is the bill that my journey started at 23:49 and the timestamp under which the bill was created is 12:22, i.e. 32 min from the beginning of the journey to the end of the journey. Therefore, I can come to the conclusion that the existing OLA system for calculating waiting times and distances is very untrustworthy and consistent.
OLA paid the waiting fee for the rejected payment to my OLA cash accounts and, at my wish, withdrew it from my OLA cash accounts and paid it to the respective drivers. The OLA supporter claimed that the additional waiting on my bill was due to a transient malfunction without further explaining the cause and pledged to fix it in such a way that such an event would never occur again in the near term.
Talking in this paper about OLA, the writer replaces waiting time fees with travel time fees for Prime in Mumbai. Whereas they had kept the waiting time charge in place and had not established driving time loads for Mini and Sedan. Now I had a limousine book so that from a technical point of view the driving time fees for my journey were not useable.
All I should be told is a waiting period of more than 10 mins. During my journey, the OLA meter computed my travel instead of my waiting period. If you noticed the bill's original, the fees would be reading aloud as a waiting period, which is proper, however, the value on the bill derived from the program in the back is driving will.
As a result, this event has raised serious doubts about the credibility and credibility of OLA's accounting practices. I would like to use this blogs to draw people's attention to the possibility of disruptions in the accounting system of the on-line taxiservice. Request more visibility into the accounting system and make sure that any (reported or undeclared) overburdened by OLA is returned.
There is no ethical right for OLA to generate revenues by accounting error due to system failures. In addition, in accordance with OLA's General Conditions, the client is obliged to make the payment of the tariff as indicated on the counter and makes no exceptions, even if the indicated tariff is inaccurate.
The OLA shall publish the mechanisms for calculating the route taken and the waiting period during a journey from one place of collection to another. What exactly are the calculations for distances and waiting times? The OLA was to integrate a function that would allow clients to keep track of the route traveled and maintain it in near-life during the journey.
Furthermore, an unbiased and unbiased investigation should be conducted to determine how often the OLA system has experienced accounting failures. And how many clients have received the surcharge back? Number of accounting failures that are not reported. Number of unrecorded accounting mistakes that OLA proactively accounted for by awarding the client the surcharge.
Track down those who have not submitted bill error reports and have not received a reimbursement. Governments, tribunals, regulators, consumers fora and the Consumers' Right Protector N.G.O.'s should take note of mistakes in the current accounting system of OLA and other cab companies. There must be pressures on OLA and others to make their invoicing processes more predictable.
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