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  1. Hopefully they will break this BPA code of conduct in their response • Appearing to indicate that the issue of a POPLA Code is conditional on driver details being supplied
  2. Thanks for the help I have appealed as advised on the entry and exit flaws and stated this "The resisted keeper has neither stated that they were the driver or that they were not the driver. This is an assumption that Parking Eye has made. I am under no obligation to name the driver, as the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 is only enforceable with consent. No consent is granted and is withdrawn". The next letter I will accept responsibility if no POPLA code is given
  3. I have received a third letter from parking eye and need help responding
  4. which part of the code of practice are they not conforming too? or does simply stating you are not conforming to the code of practice outlined by BPA do enough?
  5. Also what is the COP? I would like to quote this in my covering letter to BPA
  6. Should I inform PE that I am complaining to BPA about non conformance in my reply to them?
  7. Thanks for taking the time to reply. How should the letter for demanding a popla code be worded? How should my complaint letter to BPA be worded and what evidence should I include? Kind regards
  8. Hi, I have received a parking charge for an overstay as captured by camera and have sent this reply to the first letter As registered keeper of vehicle reg no. xxxxxx, I have received parking chargeicon notice ref xxxxxxxx. Take this letter as my appeal, as I am not liable for this charge. Please cancel this charge forthwith, or issue a validation code for the independent appeals service POPLAicon. I am under no obligation to name the driver the vehicle. No other correspondence will be entered into. This is the response letter that I got on Monday We are writing to advise you that your recent appeal has been referred for further information. You have stated that you were not the driver of the vehicle at the time and date of the breech of the terms and conditions of the car park, but you have not indicated who was. It then goes on to give some sections such as 9(2)(b) and 9(2)(f). What should my reply be?? Kind regards
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