Dollar Hires Pearman as V.P., Risk Management

TULSA, Okla. -- Dollar Rent A Car announced Carlos Pearman has joined the company as vice president of risk management. Pearman will oversee the company's risk management program, as well as physical damage recovery and liability claims efforts.

Pearman brings more than 30 years of combined travel, risk management, insurance, financial analysis and claims management experience to Dollar. He was most recently with the Washington Metro Transit Authority, where he was director of risk management. Before that position, he served as vice president of risk management for ANC Rental Corp.

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  1. Michael Douglas [ July 2, 2014 @ 11:52AM ]

    I've returned your vehicle on June 20, 2014 at exactly 1340 (1:40pm). R/A SR7390736 the TIA Location Completed by CZAPAD. I've explained this over and over again to 5 (five) of your employees. Each time the employee suggesting that the vehicle is still missing and after provided them all the proper info they've asked for. They say it'll take 24 hrs. Every employee I've spoken to I documented the time, date, I recorded the conversations after the third time of being accused of stealing the vehicle. I am not a car thief and I don't appreciate being harassed. It's defaming, stressful and uncalled for. I'm seeking legal help before any further damage. Thank you!

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