Enterprise Holdings National Car Rental Felony Theft Victim David Howe Obtains Coveted Trial Date in Lee County, SubscriberWise Announces

the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the
leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced
today the trial date of August 22, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. EDT for the civil
theft, intentional negligence, breach of good faith and fair dealing,
and felony grand theft civil lawsuit, Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings and
National Car Rental (18-SC-001768).

“Today I met with Enterprise Holdings counsel for a pre-trial
mediation,” confirmed David
Howe, United States of America child identity guardian and plaintiff
in Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings and National Car Rental. “Although I
appreciate the effort made by tortfeasor’s counsel and the professional
mediator, we were unable to reach an agreement acceptable for each side.

“And that’s ultimately a good thing,” Howe continued. “Because from my
perspective – as a crime victim and survivor of a predatory ‘ding and
dent’ scam that’s reportedly harmed so many others that consumer
advocate Christopher
Elliott lost count (https://www.elliott.org/blog/enterprise-determines-damaged-rental/),
it’s much more paramount for this particularly predatory case, including
the remarkable crime scene evidence that was twice
presented to Senator Marco Rubio’s staff and also the Office
of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, to get the public exposure it
so desperately deserves. Indeed, as most individuals know, mediation is
confidential and therefore I’m unable to discuss any of the details from
the hearing today.

Related: Sheriff’s
of THEFT Suit, SubscriberWise Confirms

“Of course, this case is much bigger than mere equity for one crime
victim,” Howe continued. “It’s much bigger than the upcoming civil trial
in Fort Myers, Florida, the location of the crime. In fact, as the
professionals from FL AG Pam Bondi’s Office indicated to me during my
hour-long meeting with Director Butler and senior investigators in 2017,
this case is ultimately about desperately needed legislative efforts to
change the legal predatory tactics of an industry that is able to strip
a consumer of jury-trial due process through disgraceful arbitration
clauses and unfair adhesion contracts, among others (https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180428005028/en/Child-ID-Guardian-Howe-Congress-Enterprise-Car).

Related: Enterprise
Holdings and Canadian Car Rental Scandal: Christopher Elliott and His
Prophetic Article in the Chicago Tribune Could Not Have Been More Precise

“To be sure, this case is really about U.S. lawmakers enacting uniform
and predictable standards to protect the citizens of the United States
— as well as our sisters and brothers from around the world who come to
this nation and expect the good faith and fair dealing covenant, but who
very often receive something quite to the contrary that’s designed – and
very effective as a matter of fact – to separate honest and decent
unsuspecting consumers from their hard-earned money.

“Today, I invite local and international media to mark their calendars
for this important trial. I encourage correspondents and investigative
journalists to come to Lee County Justice Center to witness the
overwhelming evidence and systematic scam that has ensnared so many of
our fellow sisters and brothers.

Related: Enterprise National Car Rental Trolls for Under Car Damage in
Attempt to Collect from SW FL Sanibel Couple: http://www.winknews.com/2016/02/29/sanibel-couple-charged-for-under-car-damages-to-rental/

“As a part-time resident in the state of Florida, I know that I’m not
legally bound to report a crime. However, in the state of Ohio, where I
also am a resident, a citizen is legally bound to report a felony crime (http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2921.22).
For the record, I take that duty very seriously regardless if it is
mandated by law,” Howe concluded.

Related: Civic
and Ethical Duty With a Pursuit for Equity: America’s Child Identity
Guardian Sues Enterprise Holdings for Fraud

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