My daughter visited a friend's apt. She parked in an area she was told was "OK" - there is no signage stating you can't park there. The management does provide 24hr visitor passes, but the box where they're kept was empty - and my daughter was only there for about an hour when she came out to find a guy trying to hook up her car for towing, along with the apt. security guard. The apartment complex lease
states violators will be given 1 warning - there was no warning (my daughter's first visit). Additionally, the tow driver refused to provide his name, told her he'd charge her a 200.00 drop fee but would only take cash. She went w/her friend to an ATM to get the $$, upon return, the guy had loaded her car on the truck. She gave him the $$, he would not give her a receipt, and also damaged her car in the process of unloading from the flatbed. Is this leagal??? This was in Bothell (everett/bothell hwy) washington.
JA: What state is this in? And how old is the car?
Customer: 2014 Kia Forte, Washington state
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: She caller Farmers Ins. this morning to report the issue, and has photos of the damage to her front bumper/wheel well.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: She's 26, and is strugglign - and I'm angry b/c I think this man purposefully took her money, and the apt. complex should have provided visitor passes for anyone showing up after the office closes at 5. Insane.