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Hertz customers come forward joining 165 suing the company after being arrested and sometimes jailed for months

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Internal Tracking Errors Lead Company To Falsely Report Paid Rentals As STOLEN



Hertz customers are attempting to sue the rental car company after being falsely arrested and sometimes jailed for months after the company listed the rental cars they paid for as stolen.

More than 165 people from several states have filed legal complaints against Hertz for ‘egregious business malpractices,’ according to civil litigation ongoing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington.

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