Nevada airport rental car customers who rented vehicles from Avis, Alamo, National, or Budget between June 2007 and September 2009 may have been charged unlawful fees. Visit Class Action.org to learn more.
Class Action.org is currently investigating claims that allege that unlawful rental car fees were charged to certain Avis, Alamo, National, and Budget rental car customers between June 2007 and September 2009. These allegedly unlawful fees affected customers who rented vehicles at airports in Reno, Nevada and Las Vegas, Nevada. If you were a customer of Avis, Alamo, National, or Budget rental car company during this period and you rented a car at Reno -Tahoe International Airport or Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport, you may have been affected by these potentially unlawful fees.
Class Action.org believes that certain fees may have been wrongfully charged to Avis Rent-a-Car, Alamo Rent-a-Car, National Car Rental and Budget Group Inc. customers who rented vehicles at the Reno and Las Vegas airports in Nevada between June 3, 2007 and September 30, 2009. Under Nevada state law, the practice of charging these rental car fees may have been unlawful. Individuals who were required to pay these fees may be entitled to financial compensation.
Avis, Alamo, National, and Budget rental car customers who rented vehicles at airports in Reno, Nevada or Las Vegas, Nevada between June 2007 and September 2009 may be eligible to participate in a Nevada unlawful car rental fee lawsuit. Visit http://www.classaction.org/unlawful-nevada-car-rental-fees.html to learn more about your legal rights and options. Complete the Free Case Evaluation form with the details of you potential unlawful rental car fee claim to receive a no cost, no obligation case review. Class Action.org is dedicated to helping consumer fraud victims pursue justice and recover the financial compensation they deserve.
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