Turo Review

Turo is masquerading as a Share Ride rental company similar to the AirBnB platform for vehicle rentals. They immediately deny your first booking and send a message claiming you are denied due to a negative “Auto Insurance Score” supplied by TransUnion and ask you to remit sensitive information such as photos of your government issued ID, photos of your credit card, photos of your face while holding your ID, a Utility Bill, proof of employment, a pay stub reflecting your SSN and travel itineraries and tickets. BE AWARE. Stay away! Obvious phishing scam.

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