Don’t Let A Rental Scam Spoil Your Vacation

Budget Car Rental Joins Japan Airlines Mileage Bank Program

“Consumers can get a double or even a triple whammy” if they’re taken in by a rental scam, says Eva Velasquez, president of the Identity Theft Resource Center. The scammers may first ask for your personal information to run a credit check, then say you’re approved and ask you to send a security deposit and payment for the entire rental period. When the unsuspecting traveler turns up at the vacation rental property, he finds it already occupied and suddenly has to find other accommodations, says Velasquez.
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ET Budget Car Rental Joins Japan Airlines Mileage Bank Program Text Budget Car Rental Joins Japan Airlines Mileage Bank Program PARSIPPANY, N.J., Sept. 9, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Budget Car Rental today announced a new partnership agreement with Japan Airlines (JAL) that will provide the more than 26 million JAL Mileage Bank members with travel offers and value-added membership benefits. Under the multi-year agreement, Budget becomes the only international car rental company to offer JAL Mileage Bank members rental savings and the opportunity to earn miles when they rent property management companies maryland in Japan and abroad. In addition, as an official partner, Budget’s products and services will be promoted to JAL Mileage Bank members via the airline’s official website, http://www.jal.com, and through member updates, including email and newsletters.
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