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Following news of several Uber users in Singapore being charged for rides they did not take, others are sharing how they were fraudulently billed for food deliveries under the company's other app, UberEats.
Sherwin Loh, 41, a public relations associate director told The Straits Times that he was billed for three food delivery orders in June that he did not make.
Two orders were between $40 and $50 each and another was around $120.
The charges were made by a restaurant in Russia in June while he was holidaying with his family in the United States.
Uber is investigating the case.
Previously, it was reported that Uber had covered up a global security breach in Oct, 2016, which leaked personal information from 57 million accounts.
Read the full story at The Straits Times.