The following is in reference to the illegal towing incident at the Denny’s Store location # 6438 3002 East Pioneer Parkway in Arlington Texas on Sunday Morning August 26, 2007 1:45am by your contracted company A&E Towing. While patronizing your Arlington location Denny’s location my BMW 525i was towed from that location by A&E Towing Company for parking in the parking lot for no known reason, regulation, or violation to an undisclosed location. After I walked out and discovered that my vehicle had been towed, without my knowledge, I was informed that anyone going to Crystal’s Nightclub 3008 East Pioneer Parkway across the parking lot would have their vehicle towed. Clearly, this is an unfair and deceptive practice which did not and does not apply to me as I do not go to nightclubs and sat inside the restaurant which was witness by Texas Department of Public Safety Officer who was on armed duty at the time. In addition to the illegal towing that your authorized contracted company conducted at this location, I also have to inform you that inside my vehicle was my semi-automatic Sig-Sauer firearm which I am licensed to carry. Apparently, the spotter for your authorized towing company “profiled the wrong individual with the absolute wrong intent as all well dressed individuals should not be assumed to be attending a nightclub while conducting a tow for profit scam from your establishment’s parking lot. I have photographs of the road conditions of the area from where my vehicle was towed from by the towing company which consists of 1 to 2 foot potholes and broken pieces of pavements. At this particular time I do know the route, speed, or road conditions to the undisclosed location however my vehicle sustained damages in this illegal process. This particular Denny’s is across from a dilapidated abandoned strip mall where the roads are no longer maintained and my vehicle was dragged using an unauthorized rear two wheel lift and using this same method was returned to the Denny’s location over obviously unknown conditions. I have very seldom, if ever, had to tow my vehicle as the quality of a BMW product clearly speaks for itself, however, a flat bed trailer was used as legitimate towing companies and dealerships recommend. I have attempted to contact A&E Towing on Sunday August 26, 2007 at 2:30pm and spoke with a irate female manager who identified herself from the company who acknowledges the towing contract but denies any liability or wrongdoings. As a result of this deceptive practice, I have suffered damage to the amount of $ 2,367.00 in damage to my vehicle as outlined in the estimate. Rlselz Arlington, TexasU.S.A.
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