11-22-2010To: All Media and PressRe: John Hennessay, Deluxe Rent A Car, NetStar, Johnny Cars, Johnny Park, Ace Rent-A-CarJohn Hennessay is in the business of nationwide fraud. He is using state fees and taxes that hedoes not pay to subsidize falsely advertized low prices and thereby violating unfair businesspractices laws and stealing undue market presence. He is using his Attorney’s Firm and 4 othercorporate entities to insulate himself and the sister corporations from the fraud done by Deluxe.
Deluxe Rent A Car frauds include illegally charging the following fees that they are notauthorized by state statue:
DMV’s Vehicle Licensing Fee – 26X the Legal Amountb)
Airport Concession Recover Fee (ACRF) 11-27%c)
California Tourism Fee (CTF) 2.5 - 3.5%d)
Customer Facility Fee (CFC) - $10e)
Ace Rent A Car – ACRF Fraud
Other complaints include:
Unauthorized Credit and Debit card usec)
Failure to refund depositsd)
Charging customers for various insurance schemes.e)
Rental of expired Vehicles illegal to drive on California streets.In June 2007 I became a victim of fraud, illegal rental of a vehicle. When I refused to pay Deluxeforged my signature and by “Identity Theft” stole my money. Subsequent research uncovered apattern of continuing fraud that starting with the illegal charging of Airport Concession RecoveryFee. This was reported and documented with an estimated $2 million of ACRF money defraudedto the Los Angeles World Airport. The original forgery complaint on 6/19/08 was initiated at thePAC Div of the LAPD where Detective Allen actually told me he refused to take my case or look at the actual documentation. I was forced to file a formal LAPD complaint to actually get this casereluctantly investigated. The informed LAWA has done nothing to address this fraud and claims tohave no authority this despite have full authority over the sister company Johnny Park thatprovides the access to this fraudulent activityI was finally given help from LAPD Commercial Division Detective Gipson whose investigationof Deluxe’s forgery of my signature ended after Deluxe then blamed a former employee for theforgery that could she could have done and then “lost” the original they claimed to be inpossession of when demanded by Gipson for analysis . This concluded with a the DistrictAttorney's final revealing this conclusion
“…."Former employee of Deluxe Rent A Car is being framed by her employer. No evidence to indicate that defendant forged a customer's signature.
To this day other than detective Gipson not one of California’s governmental agencies includingthe City Attorney’s Office, The District Attorney’s Office,The Mayor’s Office, The LAWA, TheDepartment of Justice has assisted me in any way.