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  1. Yes they did text her! In advice from this forum she blocked the number - it was suggested on here that they must’ve got it from social media somehow.
  2. Update: the lawyer friend sent a very good legal letter last week The third letter will be sent over the next few days - here is the proposed text - your comments welcome as ever: Dear Will & John Letter Reference:xxxx I write with reference to your recent letter in relation to PCN numberxxxxx You threaten Court proceeding on behalf of your client yet your client’s rationale for charging me has no legal substance. An alleged parking offence as a breach of an alleged contract. I have no contract or terms and conditions with your client. Furthermore, the sum you
  3. Yup, copies posted to both. Just sorry I failed to think of potentially the best line I could have used before posting - "as a urologist, I see a lot of balls but this really takes some beating"...
  4. Ok I clearly got carried away in the excitement! My friends' letters will be posted here when complete and will be posted with the timescale suggested. Have amended my letter which, for completeness of the thread, I post here: Dear Will & John, I refer to your letter (Ref xxxxxxx) threatening court proceedings in relation to PCN number xxxxxxx I am writing to inform you that I have no intention of paying this ridiculous made-up sum of money for allegedly breaking some imaginary contract/T&Cs with your client. We all know that these are speculative invoices which you
  5. Also, I plan to include the PCN number but not the ref on their LBC. Is this correct?
  6. Thanks, so the letter now looks like this (I added the bit in capitals in an inspired moment (!) - what do you think?): Dear Will & John, I refer to your letter threatening court proceedings in relation to PCN number….. I am writing to inform you that I have no intention of paying this ridiculous made-up sum of money for allegedly breaking some imaginary contract/T&Cs with your client. We all know that these are speculative invoices which you use to prey on vulnerable people who know no better. However, I’m sure that we can both agree th
  7. Ar you suggesting I delete all reference to GDPR keep a brief reference to it? How about this? Your client can either stop this foolishness now or else I look forward to receiving compensation by way of an unreasonable costs order under CPR 27.14 and under Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 . This payment will go a long way to fund a much-needed holiday after such a difficult year etc
  8. Thanks have made the relevant amendments suggested by FTMDave. Dx100uk - do you suggest I delete the following from the letter? they had no right to obtain my details (as the registered keeper) from the DVLA. Should you persist with your threats I will also apply for damages for a breach of GDPR for accessing my details without reasonable cause.
  9. Oops sorry and thanks for that. Letter in plain text: Dear Sir/Madam, I refer to your letter threatening court proceedings in relation to PCN number….. I am writing to inform you that I have no intention of paying this ridiculous made-up sum of money for allegedly breaking some imaginary contract/T&Cs with your client. We all know that these are speculative invoices which you use to prey on vulnerable people who know no better. However, I’m sure that we can both agree that a judge will know better. The charge requested morphed from £100 in one letter to £
  10. Thanks, have been working on this today, researching and reading. Obviously, each case and relevant law is slightly different. I have looked back over the early advice I received about the particulars of this situation and am wondering if I need to see a copy of any agreement between the landowner (rather than the management co) and the parking co. Should I ask for this in this letter or is this for further down the line? I attach a first draft (not yet discussed with my 2 friends who may also have some input) in the hope that you will be able to advis
  11. Well, they are certainly persistent. Attached is a letter received by all 3 of us. It is entitled 'letter before claim' so unsure whether we are still taking the correct course of action to ignore or if we now need to respond. Your advice, as always, gratefully received Parking Gladstones Feb 21.pdf
  12. Another letter, uploading for completeness of the thread - I know we don't need to act at this stage.
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