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  1. yes thanks, do feel more confident. Also really appreciate your support @ericsbrother @lookingforinfo @honeybee @brassnecked @dx100uk your support has made me have a look at myself and will be more supportive of others myself in future too - Thanks once again
  2. Thanks to all the team on this site - I successfully won my appeal , I received the message below from POPLA. Thankyou ALL "Thank you for submitting your parking charge Appeal to POPLA. An Appeal has been opened with the reference xxxxxx Parking Eye Ltd have told us they do not wish to contest the Appeal. This means that your Appeal is successful and you do not need to pay the parking charge. Yours sincerely POPLA Team"
  3. Thanks for the tip off. However I am still grateful for your support regardless of the appeal outcome I have made to POPLA - which was not straight forward as the online appeal form does appear to have been designed in a way to discourage people to make an appeal - so I do question POPLA's impartiality
  4. @ ericsbrother I will take the above points on board and will include in my appeal along with the relevant signage photos with the claim - will keep you updated on the outcome. massive thanks to all the team for your help, wishing you and all your families the best - you have been great. Thanks
  5. Thanks once again. - also can you please look at the queries below. • just to confirm there is no point in disputing that according my clock I left the car park before 6pm, and to insinuate their clock must be wrong? • Furthermore, I have just noticed Parking Eye has incorrectly recorded on the driver’s online statement posted on their website that I had paid parking charges for 4hrs 40 minutes (see Appx 1), This is incorrect, as the parking charges sign in the car park state that cost of parking between 8am – 6pm on a Saturday is £4.50 which is what I paid. Ac
  6. @ lookingforinfo and ericsbrother, Thanks! I have edited the appeal letter further to your feedback. I just have a couple of more queries? • just to confirm there is no point in disputing that according my clock I left the car park before 6pm, and to insinuate their clock must be wrong? • Furthermore, I have just noticed Parking Eye has incorrectly recorded on the driver’s online statement posted on their website that I had paid parking charges for 4hrs 40 minutes (see Appx 1), This is incorrect, as the parking charges sign in the car park state that cost of parking between
  7. @ericsbrother Thanks, hope the draft below is good to send? Dear POPLA adjudicator, I’m writing to you to appeal the charge under POPLA Ref: xxxxxxx issued by Parking Eye for the following reasons: - 1. Parking Eye allege that the vehicle (xxxxxx) was at the giveway leaving the car park at 6pm and 52 seconds. According to mine and the passengers clock we left the car park before 6pm. I paid £4.50 for parking on Saturday 26th August which covered parking charges costs on the day (see Appx 1 and 2). I paid the prescribed fee to park the vehicle until 6pm on the day, but I wa
  8. Thanks all for your advice, I Have edited the original letter and removed majority of the text and added the text from Erircsbrothers post above. Can you please confirm the latest version below is OK? Dear POPLA adjudicator, ["]I’m writing to you to express my concern over the unfair PCN sent to the keeper of the car, number plate: XXXX XXX. There are many points where Parking Eye has not observed the Code of Practice as laid out by the BPA, June 2015 version 6. Therefore, I am challenging this Parking Charge Notice. The most important reasons being: 1.
  9. @ericsbrother just to confirm should I send the MP letter I attached with my appeal and as I have already declared to Parking Eye I was the driver , then in my appeal via POPLA so I now state the same?
  10. Thanks all for your support and feedback to date – as without this I would have given up on appealing and just paid the charges imposed. I have drafted my appeal to POPLA , see below – feedback appreciated please. In addition can I please get advise on the following 2 queries: 1. In my original appeal to Parking Eye I did disclose I was the driver , but in my appeal to POPLA I was going to state “the driver of the vehicle..” does this matter? 2. I received a supporting letter from my local MP, see attached (I have blacked out my personal details) – should I send this MP letter w
  11. BTW - please find below latest response I received from the DVLA to my email below: My email: " Thanks for your email. I am very surprised you deem an alleged overstay of 52 seconds in the car park as ‘reasonable cause’ to release my personal data. Can I please ask whether the DVLA have processes in place to audit the personal data requests made by Parking Eye? If so when was this last done and how many requests for data were looked at?" DVLA response: ".... As mentioned by my colleague , DVLA cannot regulate how private parking companies manage the sites they are authorised to op
  12. thank you all for your advise. I will try and put together the proposed appeal at the weekend, so will appreciate for your support /feedback before I submit. Thanks
  13. @ ericsbrother thanks for your reply. the fact that their allegation is that I left the car park 52 seconds after 6pm -as already pointed out to me in earlier posts, this is in breach of BPA guidelines “13.4 You should allow the driver a reasonable period to leave the private car park after the parking contract has ended, before you take enforcement action” Therefore do you think POPLA would accept my appeal just based on this? Thanks
  14. Thanks - I have cropped the relevant small print on the signage - see attached. Parking Eye signage - small print.pdf
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