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Take that, Uber.
Taxi drivers with the Atlantic City Yellow Cab Co. are allegedly posing as drivers with Uber Technologies Inc. and stealing the sharing business’ riders, according to a class action lawsuit filed Tuesday in Atlantic County Superior Court on behalf of 240 Uber drivers, NJ.com reports.
United Drivers South Jersey, a rideshare drivers group that serves the South Jersey, Atlantic City and Philadelphia areas, are alleging that taxicab drivers in Atlantic City have been depriving "authorized Uber drivers of customers and fares that they otherwise would have received," according to the group’s Facebook page.
In a recent post, the United Drivers group said customers' trust is compromised by "lying, greedy cabdrivers trying to scam them and the whole Uber system in general."
The owner of Atlantic City Yellow Cab Co., Murray Rosenberg, told NJ.com that the lawsuit is “outrageous” and denied the allegations.
"There's no validity whatsoever," he told the news organization.