The company was accused of predatory towing after an NBC report showed “spotters,” employees who monitor parking lots and call in nearby tow trucks the second a violation occurs. “Spotting” is an illegal practice in Montgomery County.
“There were thousands of tows that were done illegally,” said Eric Friedman, director of the Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection. “(G&G Towing) was predatory and overly aggressive.”
Up to 26,000 local drivers could receive $214 from the suit.
If you are dealing with overinflated tow bills and need your truck and trailer released expediently, don’t hesitate to call Morgan, Cohen & Bach at (520) 442-1303.