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Author Topic: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
Parking101
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Post Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: February 3, 2013, 18:07
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For a multi-billion dollar industry we have very few training sources. Dan Messena has made a name for himself by doing PPI towing. I am embarrassed that this person represents our industries best hope for professional training. In this one seminar I was stunned by the poor advice, illegal advice and especially how to commit workmans compensation fraud. This is the best we have to offer in training towers how to behave and operate.

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on: February 5, 2013, 12:16
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I could not even finish this vedio. This guy has taught this class how to break about every rule that We Check Inc. holds dear. Fairness in the market, A level playing field. Everyone having a chance in the market to be successful. Bribery is the key to running a thriving concern. Please take your crap and get out of our industry. Police departments all over the country should be embarrassed and the towing industry should be the same. What is being taught here is how to conn your way to success. I do not believe that is what the people in this industry are looking to do. Rather they are looking for a future for their families that can continue for genarations. If this is a leader in our industry, we as an industry must make some changes and those changes must come soon. I love the towing business but if this is what it has come to I for one am willing to fight to change our direction. Pitiful!

Michael M. Stine
President We Check, Inc.

julian
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Post Re: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: February 5, 2013, 14:23
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This man just admitted to bribing police officers, scaming workers comp, cheating wage an hour, running contract employees. What an embarresment to the industry as a whole. Eventually he will get caught.

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on: February 5, 2013, 18:07
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absolutely amazing. I wonder how long it will take for the proper authorities to take action.

Dj reed
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Post Re: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: February 5, 2013, 18:12
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Wow, I wonder if the seminar itself would be considered illegal-for providing others with a means to brake the law? Or are they gonna have to catch him actually performing these acts?

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Post Re: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: July 20, 2013, 19:31
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This guy is crooked as a box of snakes....his company in Austin, Park Right Solutions LLC & Assured Towing has already been nabbed by the State for towing without authority to do so, fined a $1000.

http://texasparkingfacilityfraud.blogspot.com/2009/04/another-texas-towing-storage-advisory.html

My organization's effort is to expose corrupt towing companies and their deceptive towing policies, so vehicle owners can recover monetary damages from the parking facility, since the parking facility authorized the tow.

http://www.texastowingcompliance.com

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Post Re: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: November 3, 2013, 08:29
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KARMA finally caught up with Park Right Solutions LLC and Brandt Road Vehicle Storage owners Dan Messina, Jess Horton and Les Juliano with the Onion Creek Flood wiping them out. Those 40 - 60 impounds towed from area parking lots were destroyed. I am positive that none of the thousands of vehicle owners or operators they have taken advantage financially of feel sorry for these guys. In Dallas, Messina operated Southwest Auto Tow who gained the reputation of being a "bastardized" company, while Horton and Juliano operated Assured Towing for ten years robbing college students and residents with their guest in low income apartment complexes of their rent money and vehicles.

To better understand their dishonesty, listen to Messina admit to bribing police officers, committing workers comp fraud, cheating his wage and hour employees and bribing property managers. http://tinyurl.com/kvtfzn8

The Lord answered the prayers of those burned by Messina, said enough is enough, stealing from the public and corrupting everyone for financial gain, his messages was delivered.

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Post Re: Bad Advice from Industry Spokesman
on: November 6, 2013, 15:49
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Its too bad that tow truck drivers have the reputation they do when so many of us are in fact very good honest people. to have him say what he did is going to make it even harder to get out from under the stereotype we are given.

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