Toronto man sent $3,000 bill from Enterprise Rent-A-Car
He had the truck for just five hours and returned it undamaged
When Samuel Wardlaw picked up a rental truck from a Toronto Enterprise Rent-A-Car to move a few things between his old apartment and his new one, he thought his bill would be $200. It is, afterall, the amount he’d been told when he signed the agreement for the rental, so it made sense. The 29-year-old estimates he had the truck for about five hours and returned it back to the Enterprise location at 1pm once he was done.
The rental location closed at noon that day, but the company representative who handed over the keys told Wardlaw that could use the on-site key drop box when he brought it back to the lot after hours. Wardlaw did just that.
A week later, however, he was shocked to receive an email from Enterprise stating that he was responsible for $3,300 in damages to the truck, ones that had happened after hours.