Madison, Wisconsin
9 comments

Wife was shopping at Menards, and met-up with some friends, they desided to have lunch and visit a casino close by. They all rode in one car.

By the time they returned (approx. 3 to 4, hours) The wife (61years old and her mother (91 years old) found their car missing..........Only to learn that the car had been towed because all cars are towed after store hours , at a certain time. The hours towed were between 9:00pm and 1:00pm. (A fair guess) To recover her car is strictly cash deal, suggesting some sort of "under the table" agreement between management and the the Towing Co.?

Either way this costumer (ex-costumer), didn't come home very happy, and an unhappy wife means an unhappy life for me ! (Don't know where to find the "Pissed Consumer Terms of Service" But have to agree to print.

Product or Service Mentioned: Menards Deal.

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Anonymous
#543478

It would be alot easier to just say what probably really happened. Richards wife didnt want to drive to the casino, had some friends meet them at Menards, and parked car so they could ride with them instead of taking to cars. The problem isn't with Menards, just people complaining because the got caught.

Anonymous
#541818

You say your wife only left the car in the lot for 3-4 hours. That doesn't make sense as the reason you say you wife left the car was to go to lunch and the casino.

Most people eat lunch near noon.

If the car was towed between 9 and 1 that would put your car in the lot for 9-13 hours. Your wife tied up a spot that a customers shopping in the store could have used for most of the day.

Anonymous
#541436

Richard, if you are going to post things that show your IQ to be of a level that would make Forrest Gump look like a genius, don't post. Your wife is an even bigger fool. Both of you are a disgrace to the education system.

Anonymous
#541168

there is a public parking area less than a 1/4 mile from menards, maybe you should have parked there. also get your wife some help at gamblers anon. she was there way to long

Anonymous
#541167

there is a public parking area less than a 1/4 mile from menards, maybe you should have parked there. also get your wife some help at gamblers anon. she was there way to long

Anonymous
#540862

So, so sad. How about checking into things like that before you leave your car? 100% the car owner's fault.

Anonymous
#540734

I can help you out! DON'T PARK AT A PLACE OF BUSINESS THAT YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT AND LEAVE YOUR CAR THERE PASSED BUSINESS HOURS.

Your wife was/is in the wrong!

You cannot simply park in a privately owned companies parking lot for as long as you like. For several reasons, you're taking up parking space for paying customers, you're getting in the way of possible maintenance, and well it's just down right dumb!

Anonymous
#540012

Did anybody in the group own a house they could all park at?

Anonymous
#539853

If a car is parked where it says no parking between certain hours, what do you expect? So did you have to pay Menards or the towing company to retrieve your car?

I don't understand, if you had to pay the towing company and they wanted cash only, why you would think it was an under the table deal. My guess is that some of the towing companies end up with bad checks or credit card accounts that have been canceled a couple hours before.

I do know that businesses use certain towing companies. The apartment complex that I live in uses a specific company when there is a car parked in the parking lot that doesn't belong there.