FORT MYERS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SubscriberWise, the nation's largest issuing consumer reporting agency for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity theft nationwide, announced today that company founder and credit czar David Howe has contacted federal and local law enforcement professionals with evidence of criminal activity at the National Car Rental (https://www.nationalcar.com/) located at the Fort Myers International Airport.
“Yesterday I met with law enforcement professionals from the Lee County Port Authority located on the property of the Southwest Florida International Airport,” confirmed David Howe, president and CEO for SubscriberWise. “I provided the officers comprehensive documentation of predatory behavior associated with a car rental that originated at Miami International Airport and terminated at the National car rental counter, Fort Myers SW FL International Airport.
“In addition, I provided the officers remarkable evidence - sent directly to me by National car rental ‘Damage Recovery Unit’ - that demonstrates stunningly obvious, shocking, and unequivocal proof of criminal activity.
“Today I provided a verbal description of the circumstances of the crime and alleged high-level-criminal-enterprise to the Florida Attorney General following a phone call from their office at approximately 10:30 AM. Just hours earlier, I notified the FBI Washington Division with an abbreviated version and was advised the details would be noted and maintained on file.
“Finally, I had the pleasure to meet with Wink News Reporter and Anchor Lindsey Sablan in my home for a thorough review of the same predatory and criminal evidence that was provided to police,” Howe said. “The in-depth interview was equally thorough and I’m hopeful that the outcome will mean compensatory justice, for not only other Floridians who have been exploited, but for our sisters and brothers from the U.S.A. and around the world who likely have also been criminally victimized by this highly sophisticated criminal economic scheme.
“President-elect Donald Trump, U.S. Congress, Florida lawmakers, and other state and federal government or official entities are encouraged to direct questions or concerns to the Lee County Port Authority police, or to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office.
“Of course I am available to answer questions or provide information as well,” Howe concluded.
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