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  1. Thanks Zamzarra, Re: "If they don't proceed as normal, ignore further letters from them and respond only to debt collectors or court action." But thats exactly what I dont want to happen - (ie hand over to debt collectors) as non payment to them can result in messing up my credit rating, so what do I do if ECP hand over the case?
  2. Hello All I've just registered on the forum. This is my first posting. I received a letter from Euro Car Parks dated 10th April 2007 stating that as the registered keeper I am liable for paying a 'Parking Charge Notice'. The notice relates to a 'Contravention' of parking in a disabled bay in Clapham Sainsburys on 30th Jan 2007. The are demanding £70 plus admin charges. The receipt of the letter was the first I knew about this. I was at work on that date and didn't drive the car. Partner says she did drive the car on that date as she used it for her work but has no idea if she did or did not visit Sainsburys on that date. We are not aware of ever receiving the notice. Neither my partner or I have seen the Notice. I have spoken to ECP on the phone and explained that their letter is my first awareness of this situation. They have said I should write in and contest the ticket. I have spoken to Sainsburys store manager who made some conciliatory noises be ultimately took the view that if a ticket had been issued there must have been a justified reason and that ECP employees were 100% honest and had no reason to issue tickets falsely and if we didn't see the ticket it must be our oversight. Can anyone advise me on how I should proceed with this? ECP have given me 14-days grace to write to them to explain.
  3. Hello All I've just registered on the forum. This is my first posting. I received a letter from Euro Car Parks dated 10th April 2007 stating that as the registered keeper I am liable for paying a 'Parking Charge Notice'. The notice relates to a 'Contravention' of parking in a disabled bay in Clapham Sainsburys on 30th Jan 2007. The are demanding £70 plus admin charges. The receipt of the letter was the first I knew about this. I was at work on that date and didn't drive the car. Partner says she did drive the car on that date as she used it for her work but has no idea if she did or did not visit Sainsburys on that date. We are not aware of ever receiving the notice. Neither my partner or I have seen the Notice. I have spoken to ECP on the phone and explained that their letter is my first awareness of this situation. They have said I should write in and contest the ticket. I have spoken to Sainsburys store manager who made some conciliatory noises be ultimately took the view that if a ticket had been issued there must have been a justified reason and that ECP employees were 100% honest and had no reason to issue tickets falsely and if we didn't see the ticket it must be our oversight. Can anyone advise me on how I should proceed with this? ECP have given me 14-days grace to write to them to explain.
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