Budget wants Guilhem Ibos to pay $3,000 for damage to his rental car. But wait! Is that Ibos' rental car in the photo? No, it isn't.
When Frederick Dintzis returns his rental car to Enterprise, it tells him the car looks fine. But four hours later, all is not well. The underside of his car has been damaged, it claims. It wants him to pay for the repairs. Is that fair?
After Chandra Bhandaru points out a few scratches on a Hertz rental, the car rental sends a bill — and then another bill. Now the company wants to refer the matter to a collection agency. What happened?
The circumstances of Saundra Lyon-Reiser's recent home rental were less than ideal. She'd gathered her extended family in Aptos, Calif., to bury her mother and grieve their collective loss.
You know the ding-and-dent car rental scam? Sure you do.
Brad Joiner discovers a damaged underside to his Enterprise rental after he parks it in his driveway. He's sure it isn't his fault, but the car rental company begs to differ. It wants him to pay $826.
After a grill falls off her rental car, Alamo sends her a bill for $669. Does she have to pay?