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Chelsea Blue last won the day on October 18 2012

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  1. A friend of mine recently had a problem with Enterprise Rent a Car attempting to deliver a hire car to one of his neighbours. Whilst undertaking the delivery they managed to crash one the hire cars into his fence causing damage, then assessed the damaged to the car, looked at the fence and chose to do a runner. Fortunately my friend has excellent cctv and captured the whole event. Laurel and Hardy springs to mind!!!. They made no attempt to find out who the fence belonged too nor left a note on the fence. My friend has subsequently been to the local office to try and resolve the is
  2. Can the mods remove the times on my thread as i don't want to identify myself. Please accept my apologies
  3. Many thanks for your quick reply dx As this only happened today, I will wait and see if anything arrives and will post up. btw I didn't mention 'fine'
  4. Just got back from an appointment to find the parking arrangements have yet again changed. It's not my local hospital and I attend maybe once a year. Things used to be simple with a barrier entry/ticket then after your appointment put your ticket in the machine then pay before exiting. Then the barrier got smashed off and they relied on a person taking reg numbers and times giving you ticket to pay in the coffee shop before you exit. Today's visit was most confusing, with people waiting at the ticket machine not sure whether to pay before of when you exit. It appears most peop
  5. Update!! Good news this morning, I have just received confirmation in the post from APCOA Parking stating that the 'Parking Charge Notice has been cancelled and no further action is required'. I must admit that the Travelodge Webchat advisor was really good and ensured that her promise was met. Well done to her and Travelodge!!
  6. Just an update. Have spoken with Travelodge via their webchat and the advisor agreed that it should be cancelled. They have sent me an email requesting the Parking Charge Notice details with a view to getting it dropped. I have requested confirmation when that has been undertaken. I will keep you informed.
  7. Went to London for the New Year Eve celebrations and booked a Travelodge for an overnight stop. When we arrived, I attempted to pay for parking, but the machine refused to accept a card payment. Message on the screen was Network Unavailable. I brought this to the attention of the recetionist and showed him the machine ( I also took a photo on my phone ). He said can you not pay with cash and I said, no as I didn't have any on me. He then said no problem, I will email the parking company with your Reg number and you pay me cash later, obviously a little cartel going on here!! When we return
  8. Firstly, I would defiantly get a covert camera set up with night vision or better still a couple showing different angles, then I would buy a cheap secondhand moped making sure it has mot, tax and insurance which is usually very cheap. Then permanently leave it parked on the road by your drive so as to prevent him from parking there. Make sure it is well locked up and the camera's are focused on it, should someone attempt to tamper/try to move it! I know it is stooping to his level, but what you are doing is perfectly legal and hopefully will not cost you much money and should ensure there a
  9. As the title says, my mother who is 76 years old has been asked to carry out a review. (She currently pays nothing) She is worried sick because her son, my brother has used her address as a contact point since his wife chucked him out 2 years ago. He was thrown out on the street whislt his former wife stayed in the martial home (rented). He stayed with me for some time and at my sisters house also. As he did not have a permemant address, he used mums address for everything. eg. bank account, drivers licence, employer etc with post still going to mums.. Looking from the outside in and on the
  10. Thank you GrumpyToSayTheLeast, that make sense to me. I will let him know and it's up to him to sort it out with the Finance Co and I dare say some kind of outstanding fine with the DVLA waiting in the wings. This is the problem with youngsters, they buried their head in the sand and hope it will go away!! No chance!!
  11. He is not sure when the car was taken, it could have been up to 6 months ago. The reason why it has come to light this week is because the balliffs turned up at his mums house ,he is not sure how they got the address, looking for the car. Other than one missed payment at the start of the agreement, due to direct debit attempt one day before his wages were put in the bank which was quickly resolved, all payments are up to date. He accepts that he is liable for all the remaining payments but cannot understand why the balliffs came, unless someone told them t
  12. He is 18months in on a 36 month agreement.
  13. I hope I've posted this in the right section. Long story short. Friend had a barny with his misses and cops were called. He was bailed on a condition that he does not speak with her or go near their shared house. He had no key or documents for the car, which was left at the house. Car runs out of tax/insurance and the DVLA take the car away. Car is subject to a finance agreement. He assumes the DVLA would have notified him as the registered keeper but obviously his ex never passed it on. (He never notified the DVLA of a change of address as he was living
  14. Been over two weeks since I emailed Chris Weston a formal letter, yet no response at all. I at least thought they would have the courtesy to acknowledge receipt. Any advice?
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