Transcript for Car-share app nightmare
We turned out of a car sharing app that's becoming more popular during the pandemic but one man's experience. Using the app did not go with plan here's ABC's making to prison. A car shared nightmare for a Denver man was in denial for a long time. John croc is listed his Ford F 150 on the Carcieri Napa get around. The kind of year be Indy for vehicles that more people are using to make extra money during the pandemic. List the truck on the side people in your neighborhood in your city rent it from you but director of this truck had a run in with police I got a call from Denver Police Department. And they said you're truck's been involved in an incident we've found drugs money and weapons. In your vehicle so we have to confiscated. Police arrested the man sees John's truck. And then sold at an auction for 5200. Dollars to the police never called to tell John instead they sent a letter to his old address. At first of the people like get around said they would make your rights but after emailing back and forth the company ultimately backed out of paint him for the track. This is a big corporation using their lawyers speaker vote fine print to write me off and say sorry. You lost but now after questions from our affiliate Denver seven to get around is changing its stance and pain John 101000 dollars for the lost track. I mean I think there's people renting nice cars like Tesla is and porsches and I don't think they realize the implications that if the wrong person. Starts to you is it that it could just disappear. Debra Murray State ET it's working to resolve the matter for act will not back. Me thank you.
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