Counsel for Enterprise Holdings Makes Desperate Plea to Exempt CEO Pamela M. Nicholson From Appearing and Testifying, SubscriberWise Confirms

Judge Archie B. Hayward Jr. will ultimately rule if Enterprise
Holdings CEO Nicholson must travel to Florida courtroom and testify in
alleged theft trial

FORT MYERS, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AlamoSubscriberWise,
the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the
leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud announced
today the eleventh-hour ‘DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO QUASH TRIAL WITNESS
SUBPOENA OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, FOR ENTRY OF PROTECTIVE ORDER.’

Read the motion as docketed by the Lee Clerk of the Court on Monday,
August 20, 2018: https://www.docdroid.net/x7zsmLV/motion-to-quash.pdf

“Wow, I wish all victims of a ‘ding and dent’ scam could have the
privileges afforded to a CEO who earns north of $100,000.00 in WEEKLY
pay compensation,” said David Howe, National Car Rental ‘ding and dent’
fraud victim. “But, who said life was fair…

“Admittedly, though, I do want the CEO to understand what it’s like when
a company – namely Enterprise Holdings’ National Car Rental – sends an
innocent individual on a wild-goose chase and without travel
compensation or other consideration for time and schedule. And that’s
one of the reasons I sent the subpoena. Because that’s exactly what the
company did to me. Frankly, I wanted the CEO to, perhaps, understand
personally how the organization’s predatory – and in my case, criminal –
behavior harms consumers.

“Yes, life certainly is not fair,” the crime victim pondered.

“Hopefully, Judge Hayward will agree with the victim and make the CEO
appear and testify. But if he does not for any reason, I will honor and
respect the court’s decision,” victim Howe concluded.

Related: FedEx
Rushes Florida Subpoena to St. Louis Sheriff Commanding Enterprise CEO
Pamela M. Nicholson

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Contacts

SubscriberWise
David E. Howe, 330-880-4848 x137
President