I'm going to the tween or tomorrow to get the rest of stuff up there going to be closed by the time I get there thank you for replying to my post yes I did mention being able to put it into neutral and moving it but you don't know my boyfriend he's not your average boyfriend actually I don't think he's normal at all boyfriend LOL anyway that's what I suggested at one point and he didn't want to help me with it so here we are anyway I did speak with the towing company and they did say something that I can bring them my title and $300 and they will just salvage it. but I'm pretty upset with the manager and I think she needs to make up for what she cost here that was supposed to be for my business she knew this she just doesn't like me I'm assuming. so if I want to go further with this and get anything from it I need to take her to small claims court then to at least recover whatever the blue book on the van is I'm assuming how does this work?You are going to have to find the money to pay to get your van back and then if you can prove that the LL had no justification having it towed then do it in a court room when you sue in small claims court, you mentioned other people who were parked in your assigned spot SO what was the result of your written complaint to the LL about people parking in your assigned spot ? ( BTW just so you know , you and your BF could have put that van in neutral and rolled it out by pushing it then turned it around every so often so a few days it was parked front out and a few days front in so it at least looked like it was running)
I did offer the lady at the desk I asked her if they would consider taking the title I'd give them the keys in the title because I didn't want it to affect my credit and or possibly get my license suspended if I couldn't afford to pay anything on it they told me that it would go to auction and then if there was anything left that I would oh the choke up company they deduct it from what the van was sold at and if it wasn't enough that I'd have to pay the difference I did ask if I could make payments on that it did say they allowed it about $100 a month, in the van would just go to the salvage yard but I have to have the money for that by this Friday and I can't come up with that kind of money and that short of a time either. And yes you are putting it a very polite way with my boyfriend LOL he's not your average normal boyfriend turn on the lazy side and then some. My main concern anymore it's just to make sure that my license doesn't get suspended and or I don't get sent to collections for not being able to make a payment or what have you I've never had a license suspended in my life and don't want to start now and 51 years old and my credit took a slide few years back and it's been being rebuilt which I don't need to get ruined in the process of me starting my own business back up. I believe I only have like 10 days if I want to take them to court to go to the courts and fill out paperwork for that. The price that towing yards charge is insanely crazy I don't understand how they can get away with charging so much to begin with. It's not the towing yards fault they're just doing their jobs I understand that I'm just upset at the landlord manager at this apartment complex. Thank you for responding again I appreciate itIf you were going to use the van to help make money and cant with it being gone that's on you, as to your BF and you positing >t yes I did mention being able to put it into neutral and moving it but you don't know my boyfriend he's not your average boyfriend actually I don't think he's normal at all boyfriend< I take it that translates into he may not be very motivated is the politest way I can say it. If your going to just let the van go , why even give the tow operator any money at all ? if you offer them the keys and signed title and NO money and tell them what is wrong with it then maybe they can sell it but it makes no sense to give them any money unless its enough to get it out then you gotta fix it to keep it driveable.