Where is Fox Rent A Car Corporate office Headquarters

Fox Rent A Car Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: LAX International Airport (LAX, 5500 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 310-342-5155
  • Fax Number: 310-337-9178
  • Email: reservations@foxrentacar.com
  • Number of Employees: 364
  • Established: 1989
  • Founder: 
  • Key People: Joe Knight

Fox Rent A Car Headquarters Location & Directions

Fox Rent A Car Headquarters Executive Team

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Joe Knight

Vice President of Business Development

About Fox Rent A Car, History and Headquarters Information

Founded in 1989 Fox Cr, a rent has experienced a huge bloom into its growth by the hard work of its founders. Currently, it provides its services to 19 major airports across the States, offering customers the selection of foreign and domestic vehicles at good discount rates.

The organisation was established in the collaboration of three partners with its first air location near Los Angeles. In 2017, it launched its program known as FOXpress and a mobile;e app at LAX location.

It employs approximately 364 employs having its current head office at Los Angles, USA. The firm is lead by Joe Knight, Vice President of Business Development. Recently it opened its latest branch at Chicago, which is its latest outlet. Not only in US Fox has its expansion to 22 countries and over 50 locations. It has successfully managed to grow and create profit to its consumers over the decades.  

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  • DRG says:

    We did a one way rental from TPA to MIA in Dec, 2021. They refused to provide an invoice at the time of rental return and did not email one as promised. When I got my bank statement, they had charged almost twice what was on the contract. They failed to respond to 3 different attempts to get at the source of the overcharge. I disputed the fraudulent charge with USAA. Fox told USAA I’d returned the car with the tank empty. I was very careful to return the car over half full, as I’d prepaid for a half tank of gas. Am I supposed to take a picture of the gas gauge with a time and date stamp?!?!

    Since discovering what was behind the fraudulent overcharge, I’ve made 2 more attempts to contact Fox, asking for them to correct the ‘error.’ Nothing but crickets so far.

     
  • Alexandrea Fernandez says:

    This company is a bullshit phony corrupt company do not rent from them ever I had purchased insurance for theft and lost on a vehicle the vehicle was taken out of my possession I filed a police report that was needed and they want me to pay for the vehicle not being returned the person that took the vehicle for me in the first place was an ex of mine and he told me that the vehicle was recovered by Fox in general now the fact that they’re trying to come after me saying that the car was not recovered and it was recovered by them it’s pissing me off they wanna file criminal charges against me and then they say that they want to put me on a national do not rent list that’s ridiculous I had cooperated I did everything I needed to do on my part for this company and they recover the car and they’re still trying to get me to pay them $23,000 for car that they should have I’m so mad I am going to file a lawsuit against this place because I know I’m not the first person that’s been through this don’t rent from this company.

     
  • Stephanie Hood says:

    I am so disappointed in your company. I reserved a car with you guys through Priceline last year (Ffx017bdf9)at the Phoenix sky harbor location. I had to cancel due to covid and of course Priceline wouldn’t refund me and told me I had to call you guys to get a refund. So I did. I spoke to Ana R Orozco through email. During the emails, she issued a store credit. I was so grateful for it. I ended up reserving a car directly through fox car rental for the dates of November 2-5. I called this past Monday (Nov 1) to discuss and make sure the store credit was applied. Over the phone they said yes and that I would have to wait until we arrived to have the credit applied. I emailed Ana R Orozco just to be safe. Her response at first was she didn’t receive an email from me last year stated I’d like a store credit. I send my saved emails that states she responded saying i have a store credit. This was her response: That`s odd , but  now you  have to pay for the rental. – in my opinion, that was very rude customer service. We get to the airport after our flight arrived Tuesday nov 2. We speak to a man in your rental car department. He was able to refund some of the price. The only catch was that we needed to have a credit card on file. This is apparently a huge FLAW on the companies end. Nowhere on your website does it state we have to pay with a credit card. Needless to say we were unable to get a rental car and we were out almost $300 from where we paid In full for our rental car LAST YEAR. Thank you so much for not being helpful to us. I will be contacting my lawyer about this. Thank you and have a great day.
    Stephanie Hood

     
  • Alisa says:

    I would like to share my recent experience with Fox Rent-A-Car – San Antonio International Airport.

    A Fox team member was rude, disrespectful and unprofessional. As I approached the counter at the San Antonio International Airport, a female Fox member requested my driver’s license and credit card. She then asked if I was opting for liability insurance. I explained that I was fully covered for all vehicles and declined it. She then stated that Texas law requires it and demanded that I provide proof of insurance. I explained that I was traveling from Florida to Texas and did not customarily bring insurance documentation. She stated that she still needed to see proof before she could provide a rental. Basically, I was forced to call my insurance carrier to send me an insurance verification to my iPhone for her review. After confirming—to her satisfaction—that I was fully insured, she charged my credit card. She then handed me back my driver’s license and credit card. She asked that I initial three times on the rental agreement machine, stating, “You are initialing that you are declining the additional insurance.” I later discovered that she charged me for “Personal Accident/Personal Property Coverage.”

    The Fox team member then asked me for my credit card again, which seemed odd because I had already received a charge notification on my iPhone. After handing her my card, she looked at it, looked at the screen, then stated, “Okay, it went through.”

    The implication was that she surmised that my credit card might be declined. I found her implication offensive. I am a person with a credit score of over 800. I am also a judge for the last fifteen years with good standing and moral character. Further, I dress professionally and do not present myself as a person with a lack of funds.

    The Fox team member then told me where to stand and indicated that someone would take me to the rental car. As I waited for another Fox member, her male colleague (who was present in the small booth through this whole previous exchange) walked out of the booth, passed me without a hint of acknowledgment, and walked approximately 30 to 40 feet, where he stopped at a rental car. He then turned and looked at me. I walked 30-to-40 feet to meet him. He had already circled the vehicle by that time, made marks on a damage notecard, and told me where to sign. As I was signing, I recommended that he and his female colleague invest in obtaining customer service skills. He did not acknowledge my assertion, gave me my receipt, and walked away.

    I have rented numerous rentals from Enterprise, Avis, etc., throughout the years since I travel from state-to-state to hold trials, and I have never been treated in such a disrespectful manner. On the contrary, rental car professionals have always greeted me nicely, walked me to the rental, opened the car door, and have asked if I needed assistance with my luggage.

    In this situation, the fact that two Fox team members were both unprofessional speaks volumes. It is a clear indication of the lack of knowledge that they would not have jobs if it were not for the customers.

     
  • Cody says:

    Worst experience ever.

     
  • Jmf says:

    Absolutely terrible service. I never received my hefty deposit back .Ivespent over 4days trying to contact them-even the corporate office- and no live person! I wouldn’t wish Fox Cars to my worst enemy. Save your money – my next move- The Better Bsiness folks!!!!!

     
  • Candace says:

    I rented from fox in Seattle.The second day the car said low tire pressure. I Filled the tire And continue driving across the state. The next day low tire pressure again. I filled it and began calling Fox. When I finally got a hold of someone which was after half an hour and two phone calls. The girl told me to take It to Walmart service center and gave me a contact number to call back. When I took it to Walmart they said there was a nail in the tire and apparently it was there when I rented the vehicle. They had noticed a mark on the tire Where the nail was. They told me that they could not patch the tire and then a new tire was needed. I could not reach fox, But walmart guys told me to use fix a flat to get me back across the state. I called Fox daily both on emails and phone and no one answered. Not One phone message or one email was ever answered. They did not want to address this problem. It was now my problem. I did continue my journey with the fix a flat. When I return to Seattle and turned the car in, I was told that the car was to be retired as it had over 80,000 miles on it. Bottom line don’t rent from FOX! “Nobody cares, nobody bothers “ that’s their motto.

     
  • richard says:

    My rental experience at Fox was good. The car provided was enjoyable to drive met my travel requirements. My issue is with their customer service lost and found. I returned the car back the Denver Facility on time. However, shortly after my flight departure, I realized that I left my cell phone in the front seat area. This was my fault completely. I followed the Fox process and email customer service with the required information. The issue I have with Fox is why it is taking over five days to notify me that the Phone is lost forever or recovered. This is a lack of efficiency for a business as big as Fox. I believe as a company they should be able to provide a better customer service experience in regards to their lost and found service.

     
  • Cheryl says:

    DO NOT RENT CARS from Fox rental car… Security deposit is too much… if you cancel months before your trip you will not be refunded and that is UNACCEPTABLE

     
  • Dean Parker says:

    I was threatened by one of your employees in Burbank.

    He will remain nameless until I speak to someone.

    Backstory. Rented a car on sunday. Had res. No cars. It took 45 to get a car. There were 6 people waiting in front of me. They said you would get cars in order they came in, so if I wanted premium I could get a standard. I need a full suv. I changed it to small. I wasn’t going to pay more for a lesser car. I’m changing my res at counter. The employee said why dont you do that someplace else. No one was behind me and both employees in the back. That’s how they treat customers? I found it strange that they had a sign that said we reserve the right to refuse anyone. A corporate company????!!!

    So I go downstairs. And waited with everyone else.

    The employee really had a chip because many were complaining. So the guy ahead of me decided he wasn’t going to take the car they offered and offered it to me. He wanted the fusion hybrid. He didnt want the mitsu suv. I ask the employee. You told me it was in order. There was the hybrid and a full size suv I wanted. I’m like really dude? You are wrong to do that. Then he said. You are lucky I’m working. I yelled you are threatening me? I’m going to talk to corporate. He says go ahead. Are you crazy? I had a meeting and he gave me the mitsu and the other guy the fusion.

    This is my first time at fox.

    Well, today my battery went dead, had to jump and now have a need service light. The car wont sync with my phone either.

    If I dont here from you tommorrow I will call corporate. I’m a producer and production manager in Hollywood and will go to all my friends on my Facebook all in the business and cancel this company. I have about 2000.

     
  • Andrea says:

    Worst car rental company. They rented my son a dirty car that had a full crack pipe in it. The car obviously was not sanitized after the last person used it. They hung up on me after I spent 3 hours on hold. I had just explained the situation and the customer service person hung up.

     
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