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Man recalls being pulled over by cops at gunpoint when Hertz wrongly reported his rental stolen

Lawyers are set to file over 100 new claims against Hertz on behalf of customers who say they were victims of false arrests because the company’s computer system erroneously reported their rental cars to police as stolen.

The new claims come despite promises from the company’s CEO just this month to fix what he called a glitch in the system causing the false reports. 

Stephen Scherr, who took over as CEO on Feb. 28, said the company has changed its practices to fix problems that have occurred when cars were reported stolen but the transaction was improperly recorded in Hertz’s system.

However, another 100+ cases are set to be filed to add to the more than 230 to date, which have sought over $750million in damages. Some of these new cases are being filed as civil cases separate from the…


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