Airbnb is offering to reimburse drivers who are caught violating its car rental program.
The company said in a statement on Monday that it has “not been notified of any criminal activities that may be related to the CarRental program.”
It said the company is “working with local law enforcement and the Federal Trade Commission to ensure that we are fully compliant with our terms and conditions and have all relevant information and legal documents in place.”
The company added that it is in “regular communication with local authorities regarding any incidents of illegal activity.”
In its statement, Airbnb said it will reimburse drivers in cases where they have been found to have “caused a violation of our Terms and Conditions.”
The companies statement also said Airbnb is cooperating with local prosecutors in the investigation.
“We are working with local officials and federal prosecutors to ensure a full investigation of the matter,” Airbnb said.
Airbnb has been accused of charging drivers fees that are often more than $100,000 per year.