The J. F.

K Car Rental website has been taken down by its owner, according to a message on the site’s Facebook page.

“This is a difficult time for all of us at J. f. k car rental.

I have no comment at this time,” the message said.

“We have taken down the website for all intents and purposes.

Thank you for your support.”

The post did not specify when the website would reopen.

It was unclear why the site had been taken offline.

The car rental company’s parent company, JFK Car Rentals, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

J.f.k Car Rentings had been in business for more than a decade, specializing in luxury car rental companies like the Fords and Lamborghinis.

The company has been a popular online destination for car rental agencies since 2013.

Its owners had been operating a car rental website, Carrentals, since 2014.

The Carrental website was launched with a slogan of “a real estate website that provides you with real estate advice, real estate information, and a great deal of real estate speculation.”

The company later changed the name to J.FK Car Renting, and then to JFK Rentals.

The new company’s motto changed from “real estate websites that provide you with car rental advice, car rental information, car rentals, and real estate” to “real property websites that offer real estate analysis, real property speculation, realtor reviews, realtors reviews, car and truck rentals, car insurance, auto rental, and car insurance discounts.”

The site was a frequent source of criticism on social media, with users saying it was misleading and had become a platform for “fraudulent” speculation and fake news.