Riders Share Review

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The company rents motorcycles for regular folks and provides them with renters and insurance for which they take a high percentage fee. There are only 2 things that RidersShare supposed to do, Make sure the renters know how to ride a bike, and Provide insurance coverage in case they don’t. | So far I had 3 out of 4 of my motorcycles wrecked. I managed to pull one out of the rental at the last minute. I stopped renting them out after I made claim with a company and have not heard back from them still. | It has been over 2 months, and no one came out to look at my bike yet. Meanwhile, RidersShare charges almost double for the insurance coverage, commission, and other fees, So they make at least as much as the owner of the bike, and most of the time more. | They could not care less, if your bike is destroyed or not. They get their money upfront. I’m out $15000 at this point. Now I found out that the whole company is just two college buddies in their early twenties with nothing to back them up. I wish I knew this earlier.

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  • Name: Riders Share
  • Country: United States
  • State: California
  • City: Marina del Rey
  • Address: 578 Washington Boulevard
  • Phone: (657) 200-5470
  • Website: www.riders-share.com/

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1 comment

  • Just ran across this site after going down the rabbit hole seeing what I could figure out about this Company.
    Best thing I can say about the website/Company listed is: I think the idea for this website is awesome.
    However:
    An anonymous DNS Registration? Some reputable company.
    A UPS Store in Austin as your Corporate Address? Perfectly understandable and confidence-inspiring.
    A FedEx store in Nashville as a different address?
    Another address at a UPS Store in Marina del Rey?

    I don’t even think, especially, that you are a complete rip-off, but if you were, that’s how you’d set it up.

    I will go make a few social media posts conveying my opinion.

    I just registered. Lose my information, and if I get even 1 unsolicited email, I will go make 10 more posts.
    Really glad I made up a fake name and email address to see how legit I thought they were.

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