I made a car rental reservation through Priceline.com, I received a low price,priceline sent me an email stating the car rental agency had gone out of business. this is false the agency is in business. I had to make other arrangements for a 1 way rental from NY to FL.
What damages did you suffer?
No damages equals no suit.
As a general rule you sue where the defendant lives/resides/is headquartered.
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You may have damages from the cost of what your original quote was and the new difference you had to pay, but odds are when you booked the reservation with Priceline there was a clause in one of the many pages that you had to click through that would require arbitration before a law suit.
It does not sound like you have a claim that would be worth your time pursuing.
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