- Report: #869089
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Complaint Review: EPS - Parking
EPS - Parking241 Peachtree Street, Suite 400, Atlanta, Georgia United States of America
EPS - Parking They put a boot on my car that was supposedly illegally parked. Atlanta, Georgia
*Consumer Suggestion: These Guys ARE NOT Law Enforcement
*Consumer Comment: Flynrider, EPS will boot you even if you are a customer
*Consumer Comment: Do you need a sign?
*Consumer Comment: Robert, it's a scam.
*Consumer Comment: Really?
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I said that we going to have a drink/dinner at Marcello's in that shopping strip. He said that we were not allowed to walk across the street. I said that it was a weekend and there was not ample signage explaining this. He said that there was a small sign on Piedmont saying that. I said that I had been there several times and never had this problem. Meanwhile there are other people parking there and walking across the street.
Unbelievable!! A passerby said that they got booted 2 weeks ago and that the parking guy stands on the roof to watch people. Scary! It is not clearly marked and would have gladly paid $5-10 to park. Well, we argued with him and his supervisor for an hour. Paid $75 to finally have him take the boot off my car. What a scam! To boot, I had a major argument with my date due to this. Beware of EPS Parking!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/15/2012 08:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/EPS-Parking/Atlanta-Georgia-30303/EPS-Parking-They-put-a-boot-on-my-car-that-was-supposedly-illegally-parked-Atlanta-Ge-869089. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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