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About chris1302s

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  1. How can you tell? Not sure what I'm supposed to be seeing here. If I haven't then I don't know how I failed to, I followed the instructions given above????? So if I send this screen shot to the Court of Justice it won't get me anywhere?
  2. The MCOL website page looks like this when I've logged in: I've spoken to the court help desk they say they cannot see any AOS but they did say if I sent some evidence that I had ie a screenshot as the above they would re-assess it. I am a little worried as the BWLegal said I had 10 days to pay, is that right, can they do that, is that legally binding?
  3. I did AOS, it was just after that that I couldn't logon to the site.
  4. No, the date is correct. I had been trying to log onto the MCOL site and couldn't. It seemed that the logon details wouldn't work but when I finally did, with the same logon details, as I say the outcome had defaulted. Now I'm so confused and frustrated and worried, at he same time, whether there is anything I can do about this. I'm going to ring the court tomorrow to find out what had happened.
  5. Hi, it seems that even though I went on the MCOL site and stated that I was going to defend the next thing I know is that I get a letter through the post that the court has defaulted the outcome on BWLegals side and I have to pay up in full. It says I could set asside the case if I want to defend but will cost £255, I believe. Not sure what went wrong but it seems I have no choice now but to pay up. Just can't believe it, gutted!
  6. Issue date is 26th May 2016 I know, this went off the radar a bit but it seems you can complete this online if I've read it correctly. Sorry about that, my fault, just have had a lot on my plate lately.
  7. Yes, it states it is a N1SDT Claim Form. POC is: 1.The Claimants claim is for the sum of £100.00 being monies due from the Defendant to the claimant in respect of a parking charge notice (PCN) issued on 08/08/2015 (issue date) at 20:31:29 at Exeter Street & Exeter Place L.s.atwall L.s.atwall The PCN relates to (my car) under registration (My Reg) 2.The terms of the PCN allowed the defendant 28 days from the issue date to pay the PCN but the defendant failed to do so Despite demand having been made the defendant has failed to settle their outstanding liability. 3.The claim also includes statutory interest pursuant to section 69 of the county courts act 1984 at a rate of 8% per annum a daily rate of 0.02 from 08/08/2015 to 25/05/2016 being an amount of £5.84. The claimant also claims £54.00 contractual costs pursuant to PCN terms and conditions. Really appreciate your help on this
  8. I now have a claim form regarding the above supposed parking fine. Any tips on how to fill in the claim form?
  9. That's just it, I did say that I was driving the car at the time.
  10. Just had a look at my appeal letter. Not sure it was a wise letter to send them. Do you want to see what I had said?
  11. Thanks dx100uk. Think I just needed a little reassurance. Even if it does, by some miracle go to court I'd be quite happy to go and give my case. How is it they can get away with acting like this. There should be laws against it. Just unbelievable!
  12. This happened at the back of the Exeter Arms in Derby, 2015. I went round the back of this pub to park and unload my equipment in to the pub but all the parking bays owned by the pub were taken, s I did pull up near the rear entrance to the pub unload my equipment and then take my car round the front to park on the street which by that time was free parking. Some weeks later I received a letter from VCS with a fine for parking there. I was going to ignore it but my wife talked me into sending an appeal letter, which of course was rejected. Now I'm receiving lots of correspondence from CVS and now bwlegal. Up to now I've had a couple of letters from bwlegal threatening to take me to court if I don't pay up, even quoting a successful court case of ParkingEye Ltd v Beavis [2015] UKSC 67. I guess what I'm asking is, should I continue to ignore these letters or is there something I could do?
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