CCette wrote:I myself and another poster on this forum have suffered the same ordeal. I paid just over £300. I exchanged phone calls as well as emails with Streetcar, but to no avail. I see a pattern developing here: there is obviously a flaw in there "damage policy". On a different occasion, a while before this happened, I returned the car but couldn't access the parking lot because the user of the other streetcar forgot to put the key back. I called Streetcar and they told me to leave the car on the pavement. They subsequently wanted me to pay the (substantial) parking fine. On that occasion I could prove I'd called and had left the car there on their instruction, but I couldn't help thinking they were somehow trying to get their money back. I have never used zipcar, but I highly recommend AGAINST streetcar.Well.. definitly NOT Streetcar and probably not any car club, here is what happened:
I have been a member of Streetcar for 6 months until this week. It's all nice and easy until...
You receive an e-mail stating there was a damage to the car after you left it.
I am being charged 860 pounds for a significant damage which was not on the car when I left it. Customer Services Team is useless, you can never speak to a Manager, they never call you back when you ask them to. They don't care anyway as they just take the money from your credit card !
Many more customers have suffered unjustified charges! be careful for 860 pounds you can buy a second hand car.
Do not subscribe ! it could become the most expensive trip ever !!
comparethecarclub.com wrote:Zipcar have acquired Streetcar in a deal thought to be worth around $50.
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