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  1. The data was obtained pre-GDPR. The PCN was issued on the 14th May 2018, with GDPR becoming effective on the 25th May 2018. Unless it can be applied retrospectively, I feel this is a moot point. Just found an interesting article : https://www.vsec.infinigate.co.uk/blog/according-to-the-gdpr-it-is-in-force-already :
  2. I hope you all had a good Christmas and New Year! Thanks to all for your input. Here's my proposed response: With reference to your letter of December 2019, reference as above, its contents are acknowledged. The matter has been passed to yourselves after BW Legal’s failed attempts to bully me into submission; using lies, mistruths and threats of legal proceedings. Perhaps they saw the error of their ways - perhaps not! As before, I’ll keep this simple so as to avoid confusion. The Particulars of Debt in your letter are unsubstantiated. We parked, I paid. As your client insists on taking Court action, then please advise them that I will make a request to the Court for full costs due to unreasonable behaviour (CPR Part 27.14(2)(g)).
  3. Well, here we are a year and three days on. The sleepy little highwayman decides to wake up. Today I received the Letter Before Claim (attached). Are ELMS Legal new to the scene, or one of the other cronies under a new guise? Many Thanks. LetterBeforeClaim.pdf
  4. I found it a bit strange when reading it. They repeated, almost verbatim, some of the contents of the responses from Excel. They probably share the same documents to cut and paste from. I'm going to have a good Christmas and New Year and look forward to their next feeble attempts at bullying. All the best, and look forward to the next thrilling instalment.
  5. Hi all, Response received from BW today. Copy attached. What a surprise that they are going to continue to pursue the matter. It seems that they spout their rubbish so often that they believe it themselves. They haven't asked for a response, so I'm not inclined to do so - unless there's a compelling reason that anyone can suggest. Happy reading. BWLegal 2018-12-13.pdf
  6. Should I include a copy of the proof, or make them either ask for it or get it from Excel?
  7. Hi, Thanks for the response. Here's a response I've quickly thrown together: Any thoughts?
  8. Hi, I'm back. Received a "Letter of Claim" this morning - scan attached. I take it that I complete the appropriate sections of the Reply Form and provide a copy of the RingGo receipt. Cheers. Thanks. Letter_Claim_01 .pdf
  9. I've pointed that out to them as well. It was also mentioned (and ignored) in the IAS - Kangaroo Court - appeal. Do I point this out to BWL, or ignore everything until the Court paperwork arrives? I'm in favour of the latter - ignore.
  10. Hi EB, I entered the carpark just after 9am, managed to pay, via Ringo, at about 10:20am and left the carpark just after 6pm. I have pointed out to Excel that at the time of the alleged breach a valid, paid for session was in progress [they've seen the evidence], but the thing they keep on pushing is the 1 hour 18 minutes that the car was parked without a 'valid pay & display' ticket. They appear to be fixated on the '10 Minutes' grace period and the £60/£100 penalty for exceeding it. It's derogatory to Muppets, but it's what we're dealing with - absolute, total Muppets.
  11. Date of the infringement - 2nd May 2018 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] - 14th May 2018 Date received - 17th May 2018 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? - Not that I can see Is there any photographic evidence of the event? - Yes Have you appealed? [y/n?] post up your appeal - Yes Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up - Yes Who is the parking company? Excel Parking Services Limited Where exactly [carpark name and town] - Providence Street, Wakefield. For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under? - IAS docs1.pdf
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