Debit Card for Renting a Car?

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    rewith85man
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    Has or does anyone know a car rental company at Las Vegas Airport that accepts debit cards for car rental services?

    I already know that most car rental companies require credit cards. I have applied for a credit card three times. However, I have been denied because of my low credit score, annual income, or some other reason.

    I wish that I can use my debit card instead so that I can rent a car at the LAS airport and drive to Sheri’s Ranch.

    Calling Sheri’s Ranch for a Ride http://blog.sherisranch.com/forums/topic/calling-sheris-ranch-for-a-ride/#post-14662

    #14667

    Anonymous

    rewith85man,

    It’s recommended to book your rental car in advance. You may ask the rental car company at that time which methods of payment they accept. The rental cars available at Las Vegas McCarran Airport my be extremely limited at times without a reservation. The McCarran Airport rental car suppliers are Ace, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, E-Z Rent A Car, Enterprise, Fox, Hertz, National, Payless, Sixt and Thrifty.

    Some rental car companies require a major debit card such as VISA or MasterCard. Also, they may freeze $350 or more from your account as a deposit.

    You may telephone for a Limo at any time, but it’s recommended to make an appointment for pick-up. It’s one hour from McCarran Airport to Sheri’s Ranch, and you could be waiting for a Limo driver up to two hours if he just left the Airport with a client.

    Calling Sheri’s Ranch for a Ride http://blog.sherisranch.com/forums/topic/calling-sheris-ranch-for-a-ride/#post-14668

    #14670

    WTF
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    rewith85man,

    Check with Budget. I’ve used my PayPal business debit card with them many times. You can also get a secured credit card with Capital One or any of the other large companies. Basically you just send them $500 and then you borrow against your own deposit but it is a true Visa/MC.

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