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  1. That's fine but I need to know where the letters are stored.
  2. Thanks. I look forward to ericsbrother's snotty letter advice
  3. Hey all, Thanks for your help so far. Last week I received a 'letter before claim' from CST and your help is required again, please. 'We are instructed by Debt Recovery Plus Limited, as the agent of Euro Car Parks LTD, to commence legal action against you to recover the amount outstanding. We are informed that you have failed to settle the amount owed or provide a valid reason for non-payment. The charge amount included £15.00 claimed by our Client for the time spent and resource facilitating the recovery of the charge. The amount is a pre-determined and nom
  4. Hi Over the past 5 years I've had a number of parking tickets from Euro Car Parks - the last ones being 2 years ago when they tried to bill me for 15 hours parking when I'd actually nipped to Tesco's on 2 separate days for no more than 20 minutes each time. I told them to 'sod off' and said I'd fight at POPLA etc and after a few reminders, they gave up the chase. The other week I received a letter out of the blue from CST Law chasing debts for Euro Car Parks. Their letter doesn't mention parking ticket numbers or how many tickets are involved and (stupidly) I
  5. Not had chance to go back in the past week to get the signage but will do next week. In the meantime I have received the debt letter claiming additional costs and warning that if I don't comply that they'll advise their client to take me to court. Should I reply to them? Tell them they can't add charges and even if they do they're not applicable to the keeper and that I'll happily have my day in court? Do I just write straight to ECP and say all this - letting them know it's more hassle than it's worth for them to chase me? Thx
  6. Correct. Thanks. Am I right in assuming the most I owe is the cost of a ticket to cover the extra time I stayed - whether that's 2 hr 6m, 1hr 6m or just 6m (in which case I'm covered by the 10m allowance you mentioned? Well I never knew that! Cheers! So where do I actually stand? You say anyone can sue anyone in court but have they got a leg to stand on? As much as I want to fight this I'm not going to risk a CCJ over £60 (or even their inflated figure of £100). And though they say further costs can be incurred as they chase me for non-payment, are th
  7. I assume it was a 6 minutes and a 3 hour ticket although I can't remember. I believe minimum purchase is 2 hours. All the letters state is that I was clocked entering at 5:50pm and leaving at 8:56pm
  8. Don't shout at me to read their letter properly when I already posted exactly what was said, that it was on their website appeal section, and that there's no mention of 'client'! I also checked their letters and there's no mention of 'passing to a 'client', DCA, or anyone else. Here are the answers you requested: Date of the infringement 05/04/2018 Date on the NTK Letter 1: 12/04/2018 Letter 2: 14/05/2018 Date received 18th May (letter 2) Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Yes - paragraph 9(2)(
  9. This is my 2nd run in with ECP. First one, about forgetting to purchase a ticket, was dropped by them after their follow-up letter which nicely increased the demand from £60 to £100. This time I made sure to buy a ticket but overran the allowed time (I think I was 6 minutes over a 3 hour limit but the letter didn't stipulate). I received, and promptly forgot, their first letter and was away for the final 2 weeks of the 28 days they gave me to appeal their second letter. I went to lodge my appeal and was told: 'No further appeal can be made against this Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
  10. So I would have to be made aware – either by ECP or the courts – about any pending CCJ action? Great. That makes me feel a lot better. I just hope any letter doesn't get lost in the post
  11. Sorry for the delay, I had a nasty fall and broke bones and have been laid up for a few weeks (and still am!) so I've not been able to show you where and how the signage is displayed. I will when I get chance. On another note all has gone quiet from ECP. At first I assumed this was good news indicating that they've dropped their pursuit but I've since heard anecdotes about people in a similar position being the unwitting recipients of a CCJ as ECP applied for one without the subject being aware and so couldn't turn up to defend themselves in court so how do I ensure this doesn
  12. Argh! Only just seen your post Eric, so will have to go back to check. In answer to what was the tiny red text about. It started saying that no responsibility for damage/loss of property will be assumed by ECP and then said: This land is private property. No parking without the authority, whether expressed or implied of the owener of the vehicle. If you fail to adhere to the terms and conditions you will be issued with a parking charge notice. Vehicle keeper details may be requested from the DVLA if automatic number plate recognition is in operation or if the parking
  13. Only just noticed the little red box - no close up - will have to try and get one over the weekend. 1 Date of the infringement 15/08/2017 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] Issued on 22/08/2017 3 Date received Can't remember 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Yes. Says that "you are notified under the paragraph 9(2)(b) of Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 that the driver is required to pay the pakring charge in full. As we do not know the driver's name
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