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HOA Towed Our Car, I Made Them Regret And Took A Sweet Revenge

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Dumb people sometimes get a little power and act bossy, not realizing nobody takes them seriously. This happens because they don’t understand themselves. Confidence can make them seem better than they are. In this story, a stepdad and son deal with a mean HOA person who kept towing their car. They fought back against the bossy board member with determination. Read on for their funny revenge story.

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OP discovers an error in their application processing—they list a Hyundai Tucson, but they own a Genesis Sedan and Coupe. No SUVs have been owned.

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OP, having two vehicles allowed, leaves one on the street. Bob mistakenly tows their car. Despite explaining the error, Bob insists on more applications, frustrating OP.

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OP photocopies parking applications and required documents 365 times, planning to submit daily for a year. They highlight a rule requiring email notifications and stand firm against insults.

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Bob asks OP to stop sending parking applications, claiming no time. OP demands a refund for towing fees. Bob stays silent as OP continues submitting applications.

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This story is about OP standing up for their rights when Bob from the HOA makes mistakes. OP photocopies parking applications to show Bob’s errors and demands a refund for towing fees. The message is clear: everyone deserves fair treatment, and if someone messes up, it’s okay to speak up. OP shows that it’s important to stand firm when you believe in something and not let others treat you unfairly. It’s a story about making sure rules are followed and being strong in the face of mistakes. OP doesn’t back down, and that’s a good lesson for everyone.

Now that you have read the story, it’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say about this. Read till the end to see what are other people’s opinions on this. Don’t forget to share your own opinion at the end of this article.

Standing up to mistakes like a boss, OP’s determination to make things right is impressive.

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There are some pretty good suggestions coming up from Redditors for OP.

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People are suggesting OP to go to small claims court for this issue.

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