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  1. To send the pictures to? Yeah, that would be very helpful!
  2. I'm having a bit of trouble doing this on my phone but I'm on the case. Bear with me.
  3. That's fantastic, thanks for your help.
  4. If this has worked, copies of the letter will be attached.
  5. Hi ladies and gentlemen. On the advice of this forum, I put forward an appeal to Park Direct UK for multiple tickets I received. I have received their response with a POPLA verification number and was just looking for some advice on what steps to take next. I can answer any questions you might have while I attempt to upload a copy of the letter. Thanks!
  6. Ok, that's fine, thanks for your help. Will anything I say in the initial contact, need to be repeated to POPLA or is it a totally separate process? Do I explain the situation as I did in my original post or do I just send a generic template letter?
  7. I'm not really sure, that's why I came here, looking for advice on how to approach it.
  8. Judging by the photos that were supplied, they were definitely taken by an attendant. Just seemed odd to me that they didn't issue a physical ticket at the time. Anyway, I will appeal it and go from there. Do I need to ask for a POPLA code in my initial contact with them?
  9. Thanks for replying. The dates were 3rd 4th and 5th August. There was no ANPR capture, I believe there were attendants operating in the car park. If you can give any advice on how to word my appeal, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  10. Hi guys, I was hoping to get some advice on what to do about multiple parking tickets from Park Direct UK. I was working on the site for what I believed to be the landlord and somewhat naively thought that putting a note in my windscreen would be sufficient to avoid receiving a ticket. After day 1, I didn't get a ticket on my windscreen so I assumed (again, naively) that everything was hunky dory so I parked there for the next 2 days of the job. I got the call from my office to say that I had received 3 parking tickets and as it was a company van, I needed to either pay or appeal. I also later found out that I wasn't working for the landlord and that where I was working had no links to that car park. Now, if I'd have just received a ticket on my windscreen, I'd have been tempted to pay it to get rid of them but the fact they posted the tickets didn't give me the chance to do that so now, with £180 worth of tickets, I'm looking to appeal but I don't really know where to start. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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