Personal car rental companies are using their connections to the government to make you think they’re legit.
Read moreCompanies using the courts to bully their way into the business of renting out cars is common practice in the auto industry.
But this isn’t the first time a car rental company has been accused of violating anti-fraud laws.
In October, the Department of Justice filed a civil suit against the car rental industry after the owner of an auto rental company told the government it was in violation of federal anti-money laundering rules.
The government’s complaint, filed in the Eastern District of New York, alleged that the company had been used as a vehicle for money laundering by individuals who did business with the company.
The complaint was settled in September, with the agreement that the car company would pay $1.3 million in restitution.
In addition to the civil suit, the DOJ has filed several lawsuits against car rental firms over the past year.
The latest, filed on October 7, alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the False Claims Act.
The Justice Department also alleges that companies have violated the National Securities Exchange Act and similar laws by misclassifying cars as personal cars and charging customers based on their addresses.
The DOJ’s complaint also alleges the companies have used deceptive advertising and misrepresentations to encourage customers to use their personal cars.
A new lawsuit filed in December by the federal government and an insurance company claims the car industry has engaged in fraudulent marketing and misrepresentation to consumers.
The lawsuit was filed in New York’s Eastern District by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and a group of states including New York and Illinois.
It claims the company is a “front for a fraudulent enterprise” that “uses its position to coerce, extort, threaten, and intimidate its customers into making fraudulent claims, which then make the company wealthy.”
The insurance company’s complaint says the car leasing company used deceptive and misleading language and materials to solicit and promote car leasing.
The company also used deceptive marketing and deceptive advertising to encourage consumers to use its personal vehicles, the complaint alleges.
The lawsuit alleges that the companies failed to disclose that customers could use their cars to buy insurance.
The complaint also accuses the company of misleading consumers about the financial benefits of using its cars.
In a statement, the company said that it takes fraud seriously and will not hesitate to defend itself in court.
In October, a court in New Jersey dismissed the government’s lawsuit.
The court noted that the government had not proved that the vehicle companies were actually making the fraudulent claims.
The case will be appealed to the U and New York Supreme Courts.