I never even had an uber ride. I used uber eats locally no problem. A friend of mine in Medellin, Colombia mentioned she was unable to use ubereats because she had no credit card. I logged on to my account, entered her address, and sent her some food. I was surprised how easy it was. She does not have much money, and I was glad to help her out. The next time I tried, the order looked like it went through, but a few minutes later was rejected. My account was deactivated. I contacted support asking to reactivate, explaining that I was in USA trying to send food to a friend in Colombia. My account was reactivated, same result, order went through but was rejected a few minutes later, and my account was deactivated. Support offered me no explanation they just reactivated my account several times. After my third reactivation, I was notified that I had violated the terms of service, and my account could not be reactivated. I can live without uber, but a warning or explanation seems like it would have been in order.