Enterprise Holdings felony grand theft victim demands meeting with lawmakers following another financially freighting rental encounter, MSO to RSW
ORLANDO AND FORT MYERS, FL, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, August 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SubscriberWise, the nation's largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today the public meeting demand from Enterprise Holdings 'ding and dent' felony grand theft crime victim to state and US lawmakers. The urgent meeting request follows a one-way rental from Orlando International Airport to the Fort Myers International Airport that exposes undocumented and pre-exisiting vehicle damage. It's a common type of pre-existing damage that is routinely used to implicate unsuspecting renters by predatory agencies seeking to exploit this unabated and dangerous consumer harm for significant financial gain.
The rental was obtained on Saturday, August 18, 2018, at the Orlando International Airport and returned the next day, Sunday, August 19, 2018, at the Fort Myers International Airport.
The complete details of the rental encounter – origination to termination — are captured on high-definition video and expose the incredible financial threat that lawmakers have directly and indirectly enabled against consumers through legislative inaction and complacency. Unfortunately, an un/under-regulated market will not protect consumers from an industry operating without consumer safeguards. Lawmakers must act immediately and these videos offers some of the most dramatic evidence ever obtained to motivate prompt action.
According to the Florida Attorney General, the car rental industry is the single largest source of consumer complaints annually in the state.
"If there is any doubt about the remarkable financial risks waiting for innocent consumers of the car rental industry, let me say today that this latest video documentation will finally and dramatically put to silence any debate concerning the substantial financial hardships perpetrated against unsuspecting consumers who only expected the good faith and fair dealing covenant," proclaimed David Howe, National Car Rental 'ding and dent' felony grand theft crime victim and survivor. "And, most critical, if lawmakers continue to turn a blind eye to these clear and present harms while also allowing the car rental industry to operate with unconscionable adhesion contracts and under the cover of law through unfair mediation and other predatory practices, then they are equally culpable for the crimes.
"These culpable lawmakers, they must be held to account by the voters of this nation," Howe emphasized.
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"On Wednesday of this week, I intend to present a mountain of crime-scene evidence to Honorable Archie B. Hayward in the Lee County Justice Center in Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings, Inc.," continued victim Howe. "I'm going to prove beyond any and all doubt the intentional negligence and subsequent criminal fraud that was employed by National Car Rental in the commission of the felony grand theft and corporate cover-up. And among a number of things planned for the courtroom, I'm going to ask Judge Hayward to help me pursue justice — not only for my individual injustice, but also for my fellow sisters and brothers from here and around the world.
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I'm also going to ask the Judge to publicly acknowledge the disgrace to American jurisprudence enabled by lawmakers who effectively allow an industry to operate without basic uniform and predictable standards. It's the lawmakers inaction that effectively restricts the power of the judge to enforce otherwise common sense laws and protections to protect the public from these easy and frequent criminal scams.
"Of course, I'm planning to ask the Judge to acknowledge — publicly for the record — the disgrace of denying consumers due process in a court of law of appropriate jurisdiction.
"Yes, it's time to derail this theft train once and for all," concluded victim Howe. "But to be sure, no one individual can't do it alone. The theft train simply has too much speed and too much momentum as it races down the track. I'm very much looking forward to any assistance Judge Hayward may offer."
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Author’s note: The two videos reveal no predatory or criminal behavior by either agent at origination or return. Remarkably, both agents recognized and agree that consumer harms are genuine and change is profoundly indicated. Rather, the content document in stark terms the shocking financial risks that too often translate in substantial harms (i.e. felony theft) for myriads of renters from the USA, as well as our sisters and brothers from around the world who visit here. Therefore, the contents will not be published until lawmakers have seen the threat that they've enabled and perpetuated.
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