First, Miss potty mouth, how do we know that you're not pockmarked wench working the front counter? You know, the one who likes to tell people "F*** You!" or to "get your a*s off my phone, bi*ch"?
Two words for you: learn English. Or "Take grammar."
As for AJ's...they su*k. They're frauds. Thieves, even. They towed my brother's car illegally (no signs anywhere in the parking lot). They demanded cash payment. They refused to give the police report number from the non-Dallas city from which they towed the car. Oh yes...that's illegal too; they broke the law by taking a car from Carollton to Dallas, 20+ miles away. Talk about a jacked-up mileage fee! They cussed out the three of us who each called trying get information, as well.
And that "police report"? Carrollton PD has NO information about the tow. None.
We plan on reporting AJ's to the Denton County JP (Carrollton's in Denton County), as well as to the Dallas County JP, DA, the TDLR, who issues their licenses, and to the TX Attorney General's Office.
AJ's is a bunch of crooks with holier-than-thou attitudes who feel they are above the law, who steal from their customers (see the May 10, 2008 Dallas Morning News article about that one) and who flaunt their crimes in front of a DPD that won't even take much action.
Until every citizen becomes aware of his/her rights and takes action in municipal court, the state cannot close them down, as they have a criterion of ___ amount of reports (I hear it's two annually)that must be filed by citizens before they can take any action.
Yes, they su*k. Big ones, at that. And QuitBit*hin's not far behind. (How'd you get that name to slip past the censorship radar here, any way?)
Cons: They steal. They defraud. They break as many laws as they can, when they can. They abuse their "customers" who haven't chosen to be their customers, thanks to illegal tows.