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Re: Possible to dispute a car booting charge on my CC?
Old 12-15-2005, 06:29 AM   #21
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Re: Possible to dispute a car booting charge on my CC?

Originally Posted by soupcxan
LOL! I am usually very responsible, and if I have actually caused economic loss to someone then I will step up and take care of it. But given that the parking lot was less than half full, and I was parked as far away from the store entrances as possible (so as not to take a desirable space away from a real customer) then I don't see how anyone has been damanged by my car being there for 2 hours. And I should also point out, I have been a patron of multiple stores in that shopping complex in the past...but they can forget about any more business from me, if they are going to condone the vandalism of my property. What really gets me is their you think they complain when someone parks at the big mall, and then walks over to their stores? Of course not! But they can't be bothered to extend the same courtesy when the situation is reversed? Give me a break.
Although it's probably not worth your time, you might consider sending a few e-mails to the customer relations departments of each of the stores, as well as the property management company. OTOH, those e-mails would consititute potentially "admissions against interest" in regards to any facts you set forth therein. In the end, it would probably be fruitless gesture, as such e-mails will likely fall on deaf ears.

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