SubscriberWise founder and ‘ding and dent’ scam victim plans to take
concerns, including prospective consumer protections, to Senator Rubio’s
the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the
leading provider of big data, advanced-analytics, and business-rules
technology, confirmed today that company founder and child
protector David Howe has been contacted by United
States Senator Marco Rubio’s Legislative Correspondent Celia
“Following a highly
productive meeting in Tampa last week with Shauna Johnson, Senator
Rubio’s staff assistant, I received a warm introduction and invitation
from Ms. Celia Glassman, Legislative Correspondent for U.S. Senator
Marco Rubio,” confirmed David Howe, crime-victim consumer advocate and
survivor. “Today I want Ms. Glassman to know how much I appreciate her
courteous and prompt communication. In particular, I want Ms. Glassman
to know how much I value the invitation and opportunity to share her
time and conversation with me.
“I also want to again express my sincere gratitude to Senator Rubio for
availing his staff and Congressional resources, following the so called
‘human error’ by National Car Rental at the SW FL Fort Myers
International Airport last October (http://www.winknews.com/2017/02/22/fort-myers-mans-complaint-among-many-against-rental-car-firm/).
Yes, I’m talking about the same ‘ding and dent’ scam that has plagued so
many victims that consumer advocate and journalist Christopher Elliott
has lost count: http://elliott.org/blog/enterprise-determines-damaged-rental/.
“The photographic evidence of criminal fraud — including the
whistleblower ‘conjecture’ from a National Car Rental manager exposing
the possibility of an off-site garage where cars are criminally damaged
and subsequently reported against the victim — is under the
jurisdiction and investigation of the Lee County Port Authority police
“One day after the police launched their crime investigation, the 6-week
rental car nightmare and financial extortion attempt came to an
immediate and abrupt end. A National regional manager called to
apologize for the ‘human error’,” Howe confirmed. “The letter relieving
me of the $502.80 liability was also received that same day.
“In February, I executed a contractual agreement with a legal
consideration and review of racketeering, class-action, civil theft,
negligence, and punitive damages with the Wilbur
Smith Firm, Ft. Myers, Florida,” added Howe.
“In addition to the comprehensive
and detailed evidence, which I previously provided during a
90-minute in-depth presentation to senior investigators — including
Director Victoria Butler — at the Florida Attorney General’s Office, I
look forward to continuing the discussion with Ms. Glassman, and
hopefully, Senator Rubio and the U.S. Congress.
“In fact, I intend to include circumstances from my frequent rental
encounters to advocate for consumers everywhere. The primary goals for
Senator Rubio and his Congressional colleagues are predictable and
uniform federal standards which are so desperately needed to end the
predatory and even criminal behavior that has financially and
emotionally harmed far too many for far too long,” concluded Howe.
a Car Whistleblowers
SubscriberWise® launched as the first issuing consumer reporting agency
exclusively for the cable industry one decade ago. The company filed
extensive documentation and end-user agreements to access TransUnion’s
consumer database. TransUnion approved the request as part of a pilot
project in 2007. In 2009, SubscriberWise and TransUnion announced a
joint marketing agreement for the benefit of America’s cable operators.
Today SubscriberWise is a risk management preferred-solutions provider
for the National Cable Television Cooperative.
SubscriberWise contributions to telecom are quantified in the billions
of dollars annually.
SubscriberWise is a U.S.A. federally registered trademark of the
SubscriberWise Limited Liability Co.
David Howe, 888-596-1119 x137