A driver spent $180,000 to start an Uber Black business. Then the company deactivated his account.

A driver invested $180,000 to start an Uber Black business.

Unfortunately, the company deactivated his account, leaving him in a difficult situation.

Uber's deactivation policy can be harsh, with little room for appeals.

The driver may have violated Uber's terms of service, leading to the deactivation.

Uber has faced criticism for its handling of driver deactivations in the past.

The driver may be able to pursue legal action against the company.

However, such cases can be difficult to win and expensive to pursue.

It's important for potential Uber drivers to carefully review the company's policies before investing large sums of money.

Uber is just one of many ride-sharing platforms available, and drivers may want to consider other options as well.