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  1. Just a quick one ericsbrother, Should I write to Nation Parking, the firm that sent the "Letter Before Claim" ? Although in National Parking's letter they state that I should not contact them and that I should contact their agent, CIS for all correspondence. HB mentioned that I shouldn't contact CIS. Thanks
  2. Thanks ericsbrother! That's an uppercut and left hook to finish! I'll fire that off in the morning. Cheers!
  3. Hi dx, The 30 days to reply is from the date of the letter. I have not yet replied. The letter before claim which I have attached above is dated 25 May so i have 30 days from then to respond. HB suggested I do reply "ericbrother" style. Not sure of the angle here, will check some other threads and ask for your help with advice. Thanks
  4. Hello CAG, After several months I have received a Letter Before Claim. Please see attached PDF. It states that they want me to contact Credit Investigation Services. What do you guys think - does this look legit? Do you think they would issue summons? Wording of their letters is increasingly threatening. Thanks for your help! J. Letter_Before_Claim_01JUNE20.pdf
  5. Hi CAG, New correspondence received: Notice of Intention to Instruct Solicitors. I have attached the correspondence in PDF. The letter is from TNC Collections. They want payment in 7 days or they will instigate immediate legal proceedings against me. Is this one last attempt at scare tactics? Any response or action required by me at this stage? Thanks
  6. That was careless of me. thanks for reminding me dx. Here it is in PDF format. TNC Collections_06JAN20.pdf
  7. Update: Just received the attached letter from TNC Collections. Stating that I have not paid the PCN and nor have i advised their client that I was not the keeper nor the driver of the vehicle. If I don't pay then the next step would be doorstep collection agent. Is it worth writing to them, or continue sitting on hands? Thanks.
  8. Thanks dx This is a communal car park. Several business use this and Barclays bank have marked bays for customers to use. There is no possibility to obtain a ticket to display inside the car window. You just drive in and park in the bay corresponding to the business you are visiting. The initial PCN they sent just has a time in and time out: total 6 minutes. (is the way they have shown the period of parking counted as evidence? Do you mean that they should show the car driving in and out, one picture of in and another picture of the car driving out as eveidence?) The only photos are a picture of the car parked in the wrong bay and a zoom picture of the number plate.
  9. I see. you said, "so should have issued a windscreen ticket and awaited 29 - 56 days to send the NTK." is that enough of a defense to if summoned? If you were me, would you ignore?
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