So now I’m really blowing up @Avis' lines. Remember the business card I was given for someone at the branch to follow up with? Out of service. Another local number I was given: no pick-up and doesn’t take VMs. Customer service reps refusing to connect me directly with the branch.
I’ve made tons of calls, wasting hours trying to connect directly with the Newark branch. I’ve been given misleading information on how to reach it and even been hung up on by customer service reps. The local number doesn’t even directly connect to any employees or managers there
For all the trouble I’ve been caused: losing my rental, filing a police report, worrying my neighborhood, being told I was liable for a $20K+ car, hours wasted trying to reach @Avis, and being charged full price + late fees. I just want @Avis to do the right thing.
Thank you @USATODAY @northjersey for sharing my story. Travelers everywhere need to think carefully about what businesses they'll put their trust and safety in. amp.northjersey.com/amp/8219…
Car renter taken for a ride: NJ native says Avis repoed vehicle without warning
Tarikh Campbell, a Teaneck, NJ native now of Massachusetts, says he is seeking proper redress from the car rental giant after the weeklong ordeal.amp.northjersey.com
The @TeaneckPD has finally assigned a detective to my report so I've given Det. Florio my entire account. @Avis repo'd my rental, told me I was liable for its disappearance, dodged and charged me even after I proved they did it, admitted responsibility only when this went viral.
While this doesn't feel like it makes up for all the stress I endured last week, the invasion of privacy in tracking my location, being made to feel at blame for this, and the constant misdirection by their employees, it's unlikely to go much further.