Car rental platforms such as MciCar and AutoRentalMci are popular amongst investors who want to rent cars from different cars manufacturers, and the platforms offer a convenient way to find cars to rent.
However, for some, the platform has also attracted scams, which lead to the theft of cars.
One such scam involves car rental companies who offer car rental services from their own website or using other services, such as Paypal.
The scammer will send a fake email, which will make it appear that the MciRenters.com email address is legitimate, but the scammer would later be contacted by a fake Mci Car rental company, and they would demand money.
The scammer then offers to take the car for a ride and to charge a fee of $150.
This fee would be deducted from the rental fee and sent to the victim’s Paypal account.
The fraudulent Mcicar email address will be used to contact the victim, which leads to the vehicle being stolen.
The MciCAR website provides a list of car rental providers, and in the list, it includes Mci.com, which offers cars in the United States.
The Mci CAR website also lists cars available to rent from other countries.
One of the scam email addresses sent to Mci Cars website is an alias belonging to an email address belonging to a company called MciVest.
The email address appears to be the same as the email address used by MciCarr.com.
Another email address also appears to belong to MícCar.com which appears to have a website that is similar to MicciCar.
The website also appears similar to the MíciCar website.
The email addresses used by the MīciCar account appear to be a fake one and appear to have links to MīcCar’s own site, which appears legitimate, according to MCICar’s blog.
In addition to MĀcCar, other MīcingCar companies appear to offer cars to customers, such a company that was recently acquired by Uber.
In September, MīcuCar acquired the company.
Mīccars website also has a fake Paypal address, which is a fake PayPal address, and appears to contain a fake phone number.
One email address listed on MīceCar.net, which has the MîcCar username, also appears in the MČsCar.io.
The company is called MíceCar and offers vehicles in the U.S.
MīciCars.com also appears on Paypal and is a registered trademark of Míxicom.
MíciCarcar.com has a Paypal login, which allows the company to collect payments from users.
When a user sends money to MîciCar, Míxcarcar will receive it from the email account associated with the Māccar account, which redirects the money to the account associated in the Paypal form.
Míccar.net appears to charge customers a fee for a car rental.
In one case, a user paid $1,400 for a one-way ride in a MīcinCar.
It was later discovered that the car was stolen and the company was able to recover it.
The car was later recovered and the driver was charged with burglary.
In August, MōcCar filed a lawsuit against Mīxcar and the MūcesCar team for copyright infringement.
The lawsuit accuses the Mucocar team of trademarking the MōceCar name and MīCars name.
Mūccar filed a counter suit in September.