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  1. My brother received a 2nd letter (see attachment) today regarding the PCN. This time the letter is from Ultimate Customer Solutions who appear to be a debt collecting agency and the fee has gone up to £160, presumably to pay for their unicorn food. I have advised him to ignore the letter again, but keep it for reference. I have also advised him under POFA they cannot add anything extra onto the original charge. Is this correct? 2nd letter.pdf
  2. I popped over to the car park this morning and took the pictures in the attached PDF. The terms and conditions they lay down seem very vague and make no mention of keeper liability or Overstaying. 1-merged (1).pdf
  3. Thanks for the detailed reply. I live near the car park, so will pop over there in the next few days to get some pictures. Up until about 18 months ago the car park was used as a yard for a business. I have searched the Hull City Council's website regarding planning applications for this site and can find no change of use application to change it to a public car park, or applications etc to erect signage and pay/display machines etc. I have advised my brother to ignore any letters other than a letter before claim, but to keep them and scan copies so he has a record of everything if needed. For those interested, this is the car park. https://www.google.com/maps/@53.7469253,-0.3493335,3a,75y,122.64h,76.68t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1syY4J4MrLWQVsYrGUmaPuLw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
  4. Ok, I will advise him to ignore it for now. What sort of evidence do we need to gather? Will they be able to identify the driver via their photo's as he is panicking that they will. How likely is it that they will issue the letter of claim? Does anybody know if this company have a track record for this?
  5. I thought the advice was not to ignore, or is that only when they fall within the timeframe for POFA? They haven't offered any pictures. Does that make any difference?
  6. My Brother has received a parking charge notice from CPS (Complete Parking Services), for an overstay. Details etc below. 1 Date of the infringement 2/11/2019 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 18/11/2019 (Letter says that it is considered served 2 days after this date) 3 Date received 20/11/2019 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?] NO 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? None provided or offered 6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal] No Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up 7 Who is the parking company? Complete Parking Services 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Spring Street, Hull, HU2 8RA For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. There are two official bodies, the BPA and the IAS. If you are unsure, IAS please check HERE He was about to pay the charge until I enlightened him to the fact that its a speculative invoice and not a fine as he thought. I have explained to him about the parking cowboys. I have explained that as the letter arrived (and was posted more than 14 days after the incident, that POFA does not apply and that they cannot go after the registered keeper and only the driver (is this still correct?). I have told him to never mention who the driver is. How do I got about appealing this charge for him. Any help would be greatly appreciated. PCN.pdf
  7. I will email Npower a complaint and copy in Ofgem. I have checked my credit score and its as I would expect to see. There doesn't look to be any markers against the property, but it still worries me, that there could be in the future.
  8. Over the last 4years I have been receiving letters from N Power at my address, but for the previous occupants. As I used to be an Npower customer I have opened a couple of these thinking they were my bills etc. and have found that the previous owner of my house is getting gas and electricity supplied to another address,but having all correspondence sent to my address still. I have tried contacting Npower dozens of times to stop this and every time they have said it will stop,but it never has. About 18 months ago they offered me £20 credit as compensation/goodwill gesture onto my account for the hassle it has caused. I have now left Npower and changed supplier yet despite their most recent promises I am still receiving mail to my address for this other account. Last night I called Npower again and once again explained the situation. I am now told that as I am not the account holder, that they cannot do anything and that they will keep sending mail to my address. I have explained that I am worried that somebody could be racking a debt up against my address and that if they are, that they could end up sending bailiffs etc. round to my house. Is thereanything I can do, or do I just have to accept that these clowns will continuesending me somebody elses mail.
  9. miley_b ob

    DVLA car traders

    Was it definitely the DVLA that have seized the car? Was it definitely on the car park at the time. Could the supermarket have removed the vehicle from their premises? Yes the 3 month limit should apply, however it all depends how the log book was filled in by the previous keeper.
  10. Ok thanks. Should I get any paperwork through from the courts to confirm the judgement etc as I haven't received anything yet.
  11. Well we had a day out to the court yesterday. The seller turned up, but the Judge found in my favour. She has given him 14 days to pay what is owed and to collect the vehicle. Do I now just wait to hear from the seller and if nothing has happened after 14 days, escalate it upto the high court enforcement officers?
  12. £75 No when I filled the claim form out, I couldn't find the receipts so I didn't add them. I have now found the receipts though.
  13. By working with me, he means he has had me run around several garages trying to get the issue diagnosed. I have paid all diagnostic fees and when asked for reimbursement was told no. He also fails to acknowledge that I reported the engine was still making a noise and running rough the day after I got it back from the turbo been replaced (I have email proof of this, including his reply).
  14. Please see below for the defence that the seller has filed. I believe I have worked with Mr ??????? over the past four months to resolve any issues following the purchase of the Nissan X-Trail and dispute his right to a full refund. All vehicles sold by Kevin Adey Car Sales come with an up-to-date MOT and are fully serviced before customer collection. Mr ??????? also gave the car a thorough test drive before purchase. At no point throughout the MOT, test drive and service did there appear to be any unusual noises which could have revealed any issues with the Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve (EGR), timing chain or turbo. Had there been a problem with the EGR when the car was purchased, it would have failed its MOT. Used vehicles are also sold on the understanding they are subject to levels of wear and tear commensurate with their age and mileage. The agreed sale price of £3300 reflects the fact the above Nissan is 11 years old and had done more than 135000 miles as at January 13 this year. Like the majority of 2006 cars with a relatively high mileage there is also the chance certain parts may need replacing due to natural usage levels. I have always endeavoured to help customers if it transpires there is a particular issue with a vehicle purchased from Kevin Adey Car Sales which was not present at the date of sale. On being contacted by Mr ???????? on February 6 this year regarding a noise from under the bonnet - and following subsequent investigation by Trenton Nissan in Hull - I took the vehicle to Tockwith MOT Centre for further examination. They carried out checks on the turbo/EGR and found excessive play in the bearing in the turbo so it was replaced with a new unit. After a further on-road test, this resolved the issue while no warning lights indicating an EGR fault appeared. The £200 bill for the checks and repair as well as the £650 cost of a new turbo were paid by myself. To minimise inconvenience to Mr ????????, I lent him a car while the Nissan was being repaired. I heard nothing further until March 28, 2017 when I was informed Mr ??????? wanted to reject the vehicle and receive a full refund due to what was believed to be an issue with the EGR and the timing chain. Had there been a problem with the EGR when the car was purchased, it would have failed its MOT. I subsequently offered to work with him to resolve any problems - even though the faults became apparent several weeks after sale - and after speaking to the Engine Repair Centre in Hull agreed to pay £600 towards the cost of replacing the timing chain. Mr ??????? was not happy to accept this offer which I confirmed in a letter to him in May, 2017. After already spending £850 on repairs in February following Mr ???????? purchase and collection of the vehicle as well as offering £600 towards subsequent repairs, I believe I have done more than enough to resolve these issues and feel he does not have the right to a full refund of his purchase price.
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