Carol Amitin returns her Enterprise rental without a scratch. So why does the company want her to pay for damages to the vehicle?
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”
Curtis Brown rented a car from Enterprise in London recently, but he didn’t get far. Less than two days after picking it up, one of his tires went flat.
“The cause was a nail in the tread of the tire,” he says.
Enterprise says he’s responsible for the damage, but he disagrees.
“Nailed by Enterprise for a flat tire”
Alex Silverstein’s rental car is damaged before he picks it up. It’s still damaged, but now Enterprise wants him to pay for it. Should he?
“Dinged for ‘normal wear and tear’ by Enterprise”
How bad is the car rental ding-and-dent scam? I’m glad you asked.
““I’m lucky that I didn’t end up in jail””