RelayRides Renter Cons Car Owner in Arizona

According to an article by Consumer Affairs, a RelayRides user’s car was impounded in Arizona while it was being rented, leaving the owner carless for more than a month.

The man originally agreed to rent his vehicle to a woman who needed his van to travel to a church convention, according to the article. However, the woman failed to return the vehicle, asked for an extended rental and eventually confessed that her son was driving the vehicle on a suspended license and that it had been impounded with a 30-day hold.

The man contacted RelayRides for assistance but has not yet been able to pick up his vehicle.

Read the full article by clicking on the URL: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/if-a-relayrides-renter-defrauds-a-car-owner-how-much-help-can-the-owner-expect-from-relayrides-051315.html

Comments

  1. RelayRides [ May 28, 2015 @ 09:48AM ]

    At RelayRides, our team takes pride in our trust and safety protections. While this situations require patience, the vehicle owner mentioned in this article was protected by our $1 million insurance policy and we covered all relevant expenses, including a rental car for the duration of time the vehicle was unavailable.

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