What do a diabetic episode and a Radisson hotel’s expensive taste in lamps have to do with consumer advocacy? A lot, if you’re Sharon Kimball. “A diabetic episode — but no sympathy from Radisson Blu”
Enterprise wants David Bressler to pay for damage to one of its cars. But he didn’t do it. Or did he?
“Wrongfully accused of damaging my rental car”
Last Christmas Eve, on a highway outside of Boston, Julie Thomason was involved in a car accident. Thankfully, no one was hurt.
Thomason’s Hertz rental car had seen better days. In fact, the car was totaled.
“Hertz pushes the envelope. We shred the envelope.”
Damir Enaliev needs help.
I’ve tried. I contacted his car rental company in Newark after it dinged him with a $1,125 bill for damages he claims he didn’t inflict on his vehicle. Not only did the company ignore my efforts; it’s now demanding he pay up immediately, or it will send the bill to a collections agency.
““What should I do now?””
When Randahl Lindgren landed in Omaha to be with his dying mother, the last thing on his mind was his rental car.
“One blown tire and a funeral”