A rental car scam in the Las Vegas area is robbing its victims of hundreds of dollars.
For one area woman, the long bus rides to work and the need to get her son to daycare made renting a car essential. That’s why she was so thrilled when she found an inexpensive, no hassle renter on Craigslist. Unfortunately, it was a scam, and within ten minutes of having the car dropped off it was taken again from the woman’s home. No car, no money back.
According to the Nevada DMV, all rental car companies must be registered with the state and have a physical location, not just online store.
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