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ScrewBer is the latest ride-share app and company to hit the market. Unlike many companies, ScrewBer aims to to provide no customer service whatsoever. The CEO Rod Fiddlewits told this to CNET
I was a ginger growing up and no one stopped making fun of me, so why the fuck do I care about Polar Bears? ScrewBer is a company that wants to make money. We do this by mainly taking complete advantage of our drivers and customers, but it's not enough. Our investors want to see record profits each quarter, so we additional requirements of our drivers including extortion, robbery, and various other things our legal department wouldn't like me to disclose.
Even Donald Trump offered his opinion: "I find this new model of 'Fuck You' business a modern take on an age old understanding of what we think it means to run a business. I've been running a 'Fuck Me' business for far too long. ScrewBer has changed the face of business in America, and in turn, I will run a ‘Fuck You’ America if elected for President in 2016!”
The GPS tracking system often engages drivers from other states meaning the average ride cost was around $15,000. ScrewBer does offer in-house financing that they say goes directly to collections.
"We want our riders and drivers to be indebted to us for life." Ron Fiddlewits released in a statement.
The company has already earned an estimated $4.2 Million in investors and revenue and says the app will launch "when ever the fuck we feel like launching it."