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Businiess name:  P B & J Towing
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
PB and J towing is one of the least professional ""businesses"" I've ever had the misfortune of working with. I live in a private, gated, apartment complex (much like a previous poster) and parked in a handicap spot in front of my building. The only difference between previous poster and myself is that I have a permanent handicap placard that stays in my car at all times. It is wedged between my dashboard and my windshield, making it very hard to move accidentally.\r \r When I woke up, of course I found my car was gone. Once I finally got ahold of the extremely rude towing people, I was told that there was no placard in my car and that they have checked where I said it was. I told them that was interesting, as I saw it there last night when I parked the car and unless someone had been in my car, it should be there still.\r \r Once I got up to the tow lot, they rudely asked me to show them where on my dash the placard was and surprise surprise, it wasn't there. My father and I inspected the inside of the vehicle and found it shoved underneath the driver's side seat, a place it couldn't have gotten without me knowing. I called my apartment managers who promptly told the tow company that they were not supposed to be driving through the complex looking for people to tow unless they were told to, which in this instance, they weren't. The assistant manager told them that their services would no longer be needed there.\r \r After waiting an hour for them to call their supervisor and ""cross check"" the photos of my vehicle, I was ordered to hand them over the keys to my car so that they could pull it around and leave it running with the door wide open in the middle of sketchy downtown Memphis, and was on my way. \r \r Thankfully I didn't have to pay to have my car released, but anyone who deals with these people in the future should be firm with them. Don't back down to their intimidation techniques.

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