The City of London’s decision to revoke Uber ’s operating license opens a window into what drivers say has been a fairly common practice of sharing or renting out DRIVER accounts—both at Uber and Lyft. Transport-for-London, the city’s main transportation regulator, said recently it determined that over 14,000 Uber rides in London in late 2018 and early 2019, were NOT conducted by authorized drivers, but by others who had been able to substitute their photos to use a real driver’s account! Why is it a big deal? The obvious reason is safety. Studies reveal there have been more than 100 Uber drivers in the U.S. who have been accused of sexually assaulting or abusing passengers over the past 4 years. You don't want to miss this fascinating Wall Street Journal report. Then, Medicare specialist Shelley Grandidge joins us. We have a great show for you today...MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!