Thanks Ely, one week was the term of the rental, disputed charge because they did not complete the service they sold me . They never picked it up.
They were to provide a 20 yard dumpster for me to use for a term of one week, that they did. What they did not do was pick up the dumpster at the end of that period of time. I did speak with a representative who siad it was not on the schedule, and they pick it up at the end of the following week. This did noit happen.
It is in my driveway, I can barely fit my car in the driveway to get it off the street but I can make that work. I have not investigated the tow but I can find that out. If i do the tow then what do you suggest?
Sorry for the confusion, to clarify this is a residence
Thanks for the info and reality check . Have a good night.
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