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  1. Next time I'll tell them to arm with water pistols or something... Pity it looks like it's not gonna work out. I tried to appeal a couple of times with Ealing Council and their decision is always on-sided.
  2. Hello, I parked today in the loading bay for 3 minutes to change a device in the nearby shop, which was faulty. Car was on flash and my two kids were in car (doors locked of course). When I got back I was handed a ticket for parking in loading bay without loading. The whole parking was, quite literally, 3-5 minutes. I don't have any witness statements, unfortunately, but I can contact the shop's owner who could sign a note that he exchanged a device at a specified time and it only took 3 minutes. The ticket was issued by Ealing Council and is 110 pounds (55 if you pay in 14 days
  3. Hi All, It's a desperate cry for help ) I have recently received a bill for £740 from Collect Services acting on behalf of Ealing Council. It was for the two tickets they sent to to my old address. When the tickets were issued, I have already moved to my new adress, but the car was still registered at my old address. I have re-registered my car since then, but because the wheels were set in motion, the letters from the Council kept coming to my old address, and I didn't establish mail forwarding. Ok, it was my fault. But to top it up, Ealing Council referred it to Collect
  4. Hi All, A couple of months ago I wrote in this forum asking for help with filling N244 appeal form for my Statutory Out of time Declaration. The hearing has been scheduled, and I wonder is there anything special I need to prepare to ensure the SOTD will be granted? Briefly, the story is as follows: A few months ago, I received a letter from the bailiffs (notification of Unpaid Penalty Charge), saying that I owed them £740 for two parking tickets that I first heard of. What must have happened is that I moved from one address to the other and I only re-registered my car 6 mon
  5. Oh yes, forgot to mention - obviously they were CCTV PCNs, otherwise I would've paid them in the first 14 days as I normally do!!
  6. Thanks for getting back, green_and_mean. It's good news that DVLA won't be after me, to top it all. Fingers x'ed. Yes, I agree it's my own fault - all I wanted to know is what should my strategy be in filing N244? Any suggestions? Thanks, fatcatsat
  7. Hi All, I was wondering if anyone could help me. A couple of months ago, I received a letter from the bailiffs (notification of Unpaid Penalty Charge), saying that I owed them £740 for two parking tickets that I first heard of. What must have happened is that I moved from one address to the other and I only re-registered my car 6 months after. They must have used my old address and the landlord just did not notify me of the incoming mail. Still, the car has been re-registered to my current address back in November, the tickets are dated last June, but the first time I heard of
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