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Mysterious EuropCar charge 4.5 months after turning in car

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Hi,
Just noticed a 45 Euro charge on our credit card statement from EuropCar sourced to the Rome office where we turned in the car. We rented a car for a couple weeks the first two weeks of April... almost 5 months ago. My initial thought is perhaps we strayed into a ZTL by accident, but wouldn't the charge have been higher? We've rented from them in Italy for several years (always via Auto Europe, and always with the $0 deductible which we pay quite a bit more for), and this is a first. Especially so long after the rental ended. We definitely didn't return the car late - we were early.
Any insight is much appreciated! It's not a biggie, being such a small charge... more of a curiosity! I have no idea how to easily get in touch with the EuropCar Rome office.
Thanks,
Jill

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