I have a business in the building that faces their parking lot. The parking problem in downtown Corvallis is well-known, and made quadruple by city parking tickets costing employees, owners ane students 4 times as much. Instead of being a good neighbor with the parking they have, exponentilally more than they ever need, they took it upon themselves to MISTAKENLY think my car was there for 2 days (actually, it was simply the same spot two days in a row) and had it towed. They didn't seem to care in the least that it cost me $495.00 for that towing. Instead, I was told the parking is for bank customers. Needless to say, I won't ever open an account with them now.I'm made mindful of the pretentious attitude I got from them at the Philomath location, also incidentally across the street from our old shop.No way I'd do business with them in any way. This is a small town. They need to start acting like it, if they want to survive in a time when credit unions are doing far better for customers than banks claim they can.Finally, EVERYONE uses their parking and they know it. If they have a problem with that, they can put a note on the car, without costing me five hundred dollars (in cash, and they would have started charging more for storage if it was 20 minutes longer!) They could also choose a company (there's one on the south side, Im told) that charges less. Bob's is literally robbery at that rate. Again, bothering to care about your neighbors would have gone a long way. Instead, you gave yourselves two black eyes.