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  1. sorry, does anyone know the link on this site for a Subject Access Request form?
  2. Thanks Tomtubby, yes I read that Austin Mitchell speech, very good. I'd like to see it happen to some cabinet members cars! Nothing like some personal experience to focus the attention. I'll get in touch when I have all the documentation. You do a terrific job, many thanks!
  3. Tombubby, I tried to PM you 3 times but it failed?? Thanks for advice. I'm going to find out who the bailiff was and revert. Pizzamaker: TFL employed JBW. I've had a very encouraging letter asking for full details from an important source. I'm going the MP/councillors/shadow-government route also - I’m not sure if the government is aware just what JBW is up to. I mean by taking my son's car and therefore making it almost impossible for him to find work (because he needs a car for the type of work he does) that means he'll be forced to sign-on so JBW actually will cost the tax-payer (myself included) thousands of pounds each year. Was this the intention of the government when they licensed JBW, to rob Peter and then rob Paul? This is the fact: they are teaching young honest kids the line of least resistance. They are teaching them to stoop to their own levels of deceit. They are taking society down with them to their scurrilous cesspool. They will not, and cannot, be allowed to get away with it. Luckily I have a background in journalism and I intend to use it.
  4. Thanks 10110001 - looks like a long road ahead but hopefully itwill be worth it in the end. Thats also for the test case, always good to see someone else was successful!
  5. Yes ignorance is expensive, I wish I knew about PCN's back then. JBW sent a letter in response to our query re exactly why they took the car. It was dated 2nd April. Thanks for PM, job done.
  6. So frustrating I was at the end of a long post when my computer seized, so JBW isn’t the only one doing that around here! I’ll try and remember everything Tomtubby… Which local authority? The car was picked up in LB of Hackey. The traffic violation happened in the LB of Camden and my son lives in Tower Hamlets. Do you still have a copy of the ticket? He never received the ticket When was the ticket issued? JBW says it was issued (can you believe it) on 19th Nov 2005 for ‘entering and stopping in a box junction when prohibited’ in Maida Vale/Clarendon Terrace. That might seem like a very long time ago but the car was only lifted late last year. We wrote to JBW in February '07 and it was April '07 before we got a reply. The months are just flying by as I try to sort it all out. As your son did not receive the PCN did he fill in an "out of time" Late Statutory Declaration. He most certainly should have done this. !!! No he didn’t fill anything out Did JBW provide a breakdown of the fees and chrges.? NO Did JBW provide written proof that the vehicle was sold. Yes in a letter If you can respond to the above I can advise further. Thanks that would be great 10110001: If yuo still have the V5 then find out where this new owner lives and go with the key and take the car. Yes still have the V5 but is that legal to take the car back? Thanks re the bailiff chaser, we've been in touch Pizzamaker: How long was it from taking the car to it being sold at auction and what auction house was it? 14 days He didn’t pay the fine because he didn’t know there was a fine because he had moved. The other tenants didn’t pass on post and he didn’t know he had anything owing from a ticket because I guess it was a camera that ‘caught’ him in a box and not a ticket collector. The car was a Volvo V40 Sport - 2002 low milage and in good condition. They go from about 7k to 8k in exchange and mart. He got nothing. JBW got £663 (as you said ‘probably sold to a friend’ of the bailiff's). I just can’t believe there are people employed by the government out there that can do this. I mean what’s the point in being on the right side of the law when you get mugged in broad day-light for seven thousand pounds and its Legal!!
  7. Hi, maybe this has been covered already (sorry if it has) but if Anyone has any experience of this I'd be so grateful for advise. 1. My son who is 25 and unemployed (but doesn't sign-on), saved up for a car when he was working. That car was towed away in East London a few months ago BY JBW and sold by them. They got 10% of its value and my son got nothing of the £663 2. The reason they towed it was they said he owed for ONE penalty offence, ie entering and stopping in a box junction. A notice was posted to his previous address but it was never forwarded to him by the subsequent tenants. 3. JBW noticed the car parked, legally I might add, and sized the car. Again they sent the 'notice' to the same old address. When he saw his car has been taken, naturally he assumed it was stolen. However the police informed him it had been seized. Before he could act he got a call from the 'new owner' asking him did he have a key as he'd just bought the car at auction. If the 'new owner' was able to find his number, presumably in the glove compartment' then why didn't JBW call him? He is a law abiding citizen and yet he has been mugged by government licenced bailiffs. Its so unfair, it would take years working to make back the six thousand pounds he lost. He needed that car to find work and owning it meant he was on the ladder of independence. JBW not only robbed his car but his dignity. JBW have wiped out years of hard work that I, his schools, society have put into making him a lovely man. But that incident has shattered his world. He can't figure if the law allows that to happen and its so unfair, why should he in turn uphold the law? I don't really have any answers to that. I feel so angry but now I want to try and get justice and get that money back. What chance do I have? How long could it take & how much would it cost? Any constructive advice would be very appreciated.
  8. Thank you for your reply tonycee, I though I was probably in the wrong forum...I'll post to the link.
  9. Hi, maybe this has been covered already but if Anyone has any experience of this I'd be so grateful for advise. 1. My son who is 25 and unemployed (but doesn't sign-on), saved up for a car when he was working. That car was towed away in East London a few months ago BY JBW and sold by them. They got 10% of its value and my son got nothing of the £663 2. The reason they towed it was they said he owed for ONE penalty offence, ie entering and stopping in a box junction. A notice was posted to his previous address but it was never forwarded to him by the subsequent tenants. 3. JBW noticed the car parked, legally I might add, and sized the car. Again they sent the 'notice' to the same old address. When he saw his car has been taken, naturally he assumed it was stolen. However the police informed him it had been seized. Before he could act he got a call from the 'new owner' asking him did he have a key as he'd just bought the car at auction. If the 'new owner' was able to find his number, presumably in the glove compartment' then why didn't JBW call him? He is a law abiding citizen and yet he has been mugged by government licenced bailiffs. Its so unfair, it would take years working to make back the six thousand pounds he lost. He needed that car to find work and owning it meant he was on the ladder of independence. JBW not only robbed his car but his dignity. JBW have wiped out years of hard work that I, his schools, society have put into making him a lovely man. But that incident has shattered his world. He can't figure if the law allows that to happen and its so unfair, why should he in turn uphold the law? I don't really have any answers to that. I feel so angry but now I want to try and get justice and get that money back. What chance do I have? How long could it take & how much would it cost? Any constructive advice would be very appreciated.
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