Youre being scared into complying. Dont. Even if they try court, they need a ton of specific stuff. And it really sounds like they dont have it. Don't get yourself marked as gullible. They do NOT care about you. To them you're just a number. They want your money no matter how they get it.
Just rest easy knowing that they can never do anything. If they are stupid enough to go back to court ( they wont), you can just ask a judge to ask them... theyve had 12 years to chase it. Why now? it is extremely rare enforcement orders are given on CCJ's over 6 years old. And youre talking like 1 in a million . Or more.
Keep ignoring. Absolutely nothing they can do. They know theyre out of time, but hope you dont. So for the price of a letter they hope theyll get thousands out of it. Just remember as well, its a form letter. Auto generated. The only parts different to everyone elses are the dates name and address.
The entire republican party is corrupt to the core. We have out issues with our parties here, but damn, the states is basically a clusterf***. Trumps been c[aught lying, commiting illegal activities, and hes still being defended. Even the US justice department is starting to be his personal lawyer due to Barr.
Well. Their lackeys work on commission so probably thought it would be authorisedand paid automatically.
They're known to.go right to the last minute. Either begging you on the courtroom steps or even going into court and lying and telling the judge he or she is wrong. That's why you need to make sure you have everything in order on your side. Just in case.
Gesture of goodwill. A phrase where someone knows they've done wrong, won't admit it, are still trying to pull a fast One, but want to make it look like theyre still being generous
hello, was wondering if you'd message me about NTK and parking. I've a similar issue to others about Geldred Close Leeds and a NTK arriving over a month after the alleged offence...
Hello - i'm new to forum and maybe not following protocol - please feel free to put me right.
For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture]
1 Date of the infringement
2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]
3 Date received
20/09 - much more than 14 days
4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?]
5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event?
1 pic only. ie no evidence given on how long the vehicle was there. Vehicle was not parked but waited with engine running as this was a road not a carpark
6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal]
Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up
Not appealed yet - asking for advice on what grounds in addition to
NTK being late,
keeper not the driver,
signs not visible for driver so no contract
Unfair due to no grace period
7 Who is the parking company?
8. Where exactly [carpark name and town]
Not a carpark. Trading estate near a Greggs. Geldred Close Leeds
For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under.
Letter mentions both IAS and also has BPA logo
If you have received any other correspondence, please mention it here
No other info
Also never ignore. Is easily soeted2. But if you ignore theres a.good chsnce theyll think they can get a judgement by default if they go to court.
Simple. You can check with your local council. Most have a free online search tool. You also need to read other threads as well. Your issue is no different to thousands of others.
Keep that email safe. Ppcs rarely ever admit fault and may try to chase in a few months or even a year or two hoping that you don't have any paperwork so they can try and chase you unchallenged.
You dont need to combine notes etc. Just follow other posts already on this forum. Your issue is no different than any of theirs. Its how PPC's operate and sadly is perfectly legit as theres little regulation around the industry. By taking out a lawsuit against them without concrete evidence etc and prove they arent following regulation in each case ( youre likely on to a loser with a class action suit), you could find yourself owing tens of thousands of pounds in legal fees. I suggest you do a lot of research into PPC's etc and the laws that govern them before you even consider any ki