“If you don’t reply to messages you must be threatened taking away the money. You are like children. ” And again: “If we don’t touch the money, you don’t understand things and do what you want.” They are the vowels that one of the administrators of the Flash Road City he sent in the internal chats of the Uber cyclists of Turin. The Milanese logistics company, which was in charge of recruiting workers for deliveries, is currently at the center of the investigation by the Guardia di Finanza, coordinated by the assistant prosecutor Alessandra Dolci and from pm Paolo Storari, on the working conditions of the riders. Investigation that led to the commissioner of Uber Eats Italy. According to the investigators, Uber, precisely through the contract to third-party companies such as Flash Road City, exploited migrants and asylum seekers, who received starvation wages and were subjected to threats and methods of being hired. The two messages date back to the winter of 2018 and were sent to the Whatsapp group of workers in Turin. The FRC administrator complains that the bellboys do not give availability for certain time slots. “You bang it and then we take away the money, so maybe you understand. ” According to the findings of the investigations, one of the “punishments” put in place by the company to those who delivered less than 95% of the orders was a fine of 50 cents for each subsequent delivery. The pay for all, regardless of distance traveled and times, was 3 euros or 3 euros and 50 per delivery.