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  1. Well that was easy. Before I could tell her about the advice posted above, My mother contacted Lidl, they told her to email the parking company with a screen shot of her statement to show she had been there. She did that and the parking company cancelled the ticket straight away.
  2. Hello, My mother has just called me saying she has received a letter from Athena ANPR Ltd for overstaying 21 minutes at a Lidl store in Melton Mowbray. She did her shopping there, however, she paid cash and didn't keep any receipts from her shop. What would be the best course of action? Appeal to the parking company? Contact Lidl? Details below: 1 Date of the infringement 17/01/18 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 19/01/18 3 Date received 22/01/18 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections
  3. Thank you for your replies. I realised that I forgot to say that they put after requesting the driver details that if I fail to provide the details they will issue court proceedings. Does this mean that this is or is not a letter before claim??? I think I'm safe to ignore this letter. I will update when another letter is sent. Thank you
  4. Hello, BW Legal have responded to my letter. They presume I was the drive as details of the driver have not been given. They refer to Elliott v Loake 1982. (I believe they can't presume I was the driver...) They do not intend to rely on POFA 2012 (Which I believe is irrelevant as this 'PCN' was issued before POFA) They want the details of the driver or for me to pay within 7 days. (Which I will not) Shall I ignore this? Shall I respond? Shall I request to be removed from their database as I am not liable for this charge, under the Data Protection Act? Thank y
  5. Thank you for the advise. I will follow ericsbrother's advise update this thread of any further responses. Thank you
  6. Hello, I have done some research on this forum (and others) and haven't found anyone in a similar situation. I have received a letter from BW Legal demanding payment of £174.00 for their client, Vehicle Control Services Limited, for a Parking Charge Notice (PCN). This 'PCN' was given as the car was 'Parked beyond the bay markings'. The letter has the standard 'fear' language such as 'if not paid we will commence legal proceedings' and 'If we gain a CCJ this will have a detrimental effect on your future creditworthiness and employability'. This letter is also signed 'BW Legal' rather
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