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  1. Hi, That’s good news. I thought the same, but just wanted to confirm. I didn’t want it to be something that could go against me in court i. e. we sent the defendant a letter offering to settle out of court. As it says the court would rather both parties tried to come to an agreement of settlement without going to court. thank you J
  2. Good morning friends, thank you you for the info. Just a quick question, do I have/need to acknowledge receipt of the letter to settle out of court? And if so, do I just write back saying thanks but no thanks? J
  3. Hi, Thank you FTMDave. I'm going to crack on with me defense statements now. Wish me luck !!
  4. Hi dx100uk I thought so, as you said the same last night Yes I sent them last night, Thank you for the kick up the #** I needed Im just freaking out a little bit, I don’t understand why they are bombarding me with both PCNS as I haven’t had anything from Excel II need to get my statements done ASAP (as I’ve got 2 to do) Oh Lucky me...........
  5. 52 Hi me again, Just got home to a letter from Excel Parking Dear Sir/Madam, RE: (claim number) Excel Parking Services v my name We write regarding the above claim. This matter has now proceeded to the small claims track the directions have been set by the district judge. We are confident that we have a strong case against you and we are entitled to recover the outstanding parking charge notice and any additional costs, as set out in the particulars of claim. However, we are mindful that under the civil procedure rules litigants are expected to try and resolve their disputes wherever possible. Therefore, we are willing to accept a reduced settlement charge of £125.00 payable within 14 days from the date of this letter. This offer is made on a without prejudicebasis. Should you fail to accept our offer of settlement then we will continue with our claim for the full amount claimed and bring this letter to the courts attention upon the question of costs. To make payment, please transfer £125.00 to the following bank details using the reference We look forward to hearing from you. Feels like Groundhog Day Draining the life from me!!! Is this scare tactics? As received same yesterday from VCS........Or am I in out if my depth?
  6. Sorry. I’ll do it now, I’ll catch the last post at the main sorting office, Thank you
  7. Hi, I tried to be forward thinking and sent it before asking for advice from you guys. Once I started reading all the advice on here, I realised I was into deep and I wasn’t going to be able to defend the claims without some advice/help. Im really stressed with it all, can’t sleep or eat, I feel I want to just pay up just for my mental health, but then I think NO don’t let them browbeat you into paying for for a beach of contract I wasn’t even aware of ! Have I messed up ? Badly?
  8. Hi, Just got home to a letter from VCS, Dear Sir/Madam, RE: (claim number) Vehicle Control Services v my name We write regarding the above claim. This matter has now proceeded to the small claims track the directions have been set by the district judge. We are confident that we have a strong case against you and we are entitled to recover the outstanding parking charge notice and any additional costs, as set out in the particulars of claim. However, we are mindful that under the civil procedure rules litigants are expected to try and resolve their disputes wherever possible. Therefore, we are willing to accept a reduced settlement charge of £125.00 payable within 14 days from the date of this letter. This offer is made on a without prejudice basis. Should you fail to accept our offer of settlement then we will continue with our claim for the full amount claimed and bring this letter to the courts attention upon the question of costs. To make payment, please transfer £125.00 to the following bank details using the reference We look forward to hearing from you. Where do I go from here? Should I still send them the CPR 31.14 letter? Thank you in advance. Jo
  9. In order for us to help you we require the following information:- Name of the Claimant ? VCS claimants Solicitors: ? Date of issue – 19th June 2019 I have received the N157 - Notice of allocation to the small claims Track (hearing) 29th September 2019 What is the claim for – 1.The claim is for a breach of contract for breaching the terms and conditions sen on private land. 2.The Defendant's vehicle, xxxxxx was identified in the Delamere Street on the 11/04/2015 in breach of the advertised terms and conditions; namely parked without clearly displaying a valid ticket or permit. 3.At all material times the Defendant was the registered keeper and/or driver. The terms and conditions upon entering private land were clearly displayed at the entrance and in prominent locations. The sign was the offer and the act of entering private land was the acceptance of the offer hereby entering into a contract by conduct. The signs specifically detail the terms and conditions and the consequences of failure to comply, namely a parking charge notice will be issued, and the Defendant has failed to settle the outstanding liability. The Claimant seeks the recovery of the parking charge notice, contractual costs and interest. Amount claimed £160.00 Court Fee £ 25.00 Legal Rep Cost £ 0.00 Total £185.00 I'll upload some correspondence. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me. Jo VCS-Appeal Rejected.pdf VCS-Letter Before Claim.pdf
  10. Hi, I have had the N157 claim form, I got it on 21st September. Is this bad that I've got it already? I'm really scared now. I found the letter before claim from Excel when I was looking for letters from -VCS. I will upload it, and also the letter I sent to Excel & the court manager at Manchester County Court. Thank you. Excel-Letter Before Claim.pdf Letter to Excel&Court-Request Information.pdf
  11. Hello Andy, dx100uk & FTMDave, thank you for your time replying back to me, firstly the letter that I have sent is to Excel Parking & Manchester County Court, recorded delivery, it’s pretty much the same as the one I read on here. In answer to your question regarding the DQ, the form said it must be served to the court and the claimant so that’s what I did, does that mean that Excel should have sent me there claim reply, or was the original claim they sent the DQ? Sorry I know I sound like an imbecile. I’m not sure what you mean dx100uk, by the PPC PCN CPR31:14 running (sorry) Jo
  12. Hi, Thank you for your reply. I can upload the documents for you that I received from the court, and the other paperwork tomorrow. Will I need to send CPR request for the VCS court claim? VCS-CC claim.pdf
  13. Hi, I spent hours last night trying to find details on planing permission for parking signs on Ashton Retail park, I couldn't find anything at all. I sent the letter requesting information relating to the alleged breach of contract. Should I post it up for you to see? If I have messed it up is to late to change it? send another one? I went on to the MCOL and all it shows I filed a DQ on 29/07/19, and that Excel filed a DQ on 30/07/19, and the claim was transferred to Manchester on 4/08/19. Should I be able to see what Excel have put in the DQ? Just one more thing, do I need to send CPR request for the VCS court claim (sorry I know its the wrong thread) just thought id ask. Thank you in advance.
  14. I know, I’m just not very good at being strong and standing my ground, I’m either an ostrich (hope if I ignore it for long enough it will go away) or a people pleaser agrees just so I don’t offend anyone I’ll post my letters tomorrow. Night night
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