Fighting Credit Card Chargebacks

Fifteen or so years ago, when I first started representing tow companies, it was commonplace in my town for tow companies to require cash for payment.  No credit cards were accepted.  Tow companies didn’t want to accept credit cards for fear that angry consumers would dispute the charge after picking up their vehicle.  Thereafter, the City of Kansas City, Missouri outlawed the “cash only” policy.  Instead, tow companies were required to accept credit cards if they wanted to perform municipal tows.  Most every tow company in the area objected to the credit card ordinance.  A few threatened lawsuits.  Despite it all, the ordinance has remained.
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By |2019-02-22T09:03:39-05:00February 22nd, 2019|Billing & Collections|0 Comments

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Nick Porto is the co-founder of TowLawyer. TowLawyer is the one-stop shop where you’ll find legal resources and answers to your towing and recovery legal questions and concerns.