Enterprise scam

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Jul 30, 2019
I rented a car from Enterprise for 2 weeks while my car was being repaired. When my car was done being fixed, I left it at the body shop because it was right across the street from the Enterprise(they deal with each other all the time). An associate contacted me later that day asking me if I had been in an accident or was aware of the damage to the vehicle. When I stopped by to look at the vehicle (after they closed), I saw the small crack, almost on the undercarriage of the car. I was the only one that drove the car and never hit anything and never bottomed out. The crack is in a place that could easily be missed by customers and employees. (I attached an image).
It was forwarded to the damage recovery unit. The only thing they were able to do is pull previous rental agreements to see if the damage was ever notated. They didn't find anything so now I'm at fault and have 2 weeks to pay. Is there anything that I else that I can do? I find it nauseating that I have to pay for damage that I didn't inflict.