The worst experience with car rental and an unhealthy, anger-provoking experience overall. I rented well in advance because the price was good. When I got to thrifty, I discovered I had left my... The worst experience with car rental and an unhealthy, anger-provoking experience overall. I rented well in advance because the price was good. When I got to thrifty, I discovered I had left my credit card at home and my bank, not being informed that I was out of my home state, denied the debit card I had. I was meeting a friend who put it on her card but we wanted assurance that the price would remain the same and when she left in a week the car would transfer to me as I was staying longer. I got their assurance but decided to call a few days prior to bringing my friend to the airport just in case. I was connected to the Tampa airport office and spoke with someone that said she would leave aperwork in the cash drawer with my name on it so that I could fill it out and they would make the change with little hassle for me. Well, I did just that. A few days later my friend began getting calls asking where the car was. She told them and I called. There was no record of me at all. Getting to the Tampa airport office by phone was impossible and each time I called their "877" number I was met with resistance until I told the whole story that you are probably getting tired of. Then they said they would transfer me to Tampa. Tampa never answered. Six times. I got a voice mail once- no return call. I am disabled and the reason I was in Florida is because my mother is gravely ill. This was not what I needed. I have made complaints. It still isn't resolved! Never again. That old saying, "you get what you pay for" certainly is true. MorePost is under moderationStream item published successfully. Item will now be visible on your stream.