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About MadTitan

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  1. Alright, thank you I will just accept the loss and call it experience. Thanks for all your help!
  2. Thank you. So, in other words, anything I try is likely to fail, right? What about the lack of notice that my car was removed? There is nothing to be done about this? Even the agent admitted that she did not leave a notice to me. This doesn't look like the correct procedure to me. Also, how often do they 'forget' to send the notice of enforcement? I am sure I did not receive it. How can I get them to provide proof that they have sent it? It is just a shame that everything seems rigged for you to lose. That's how I feel right now. I did something wrong first by parking illegally,
  3. Thanks for all the replies, I have some updates: Update 1: I have now paid £878 to get my car released using my credit card. Can I reclaim it? Maybe using chargeback? I am sure I have not received any letters from Marston. Update 2: The Council has responded to my complaint, they sent their reply from a no-reply address and provided no address for response, I can't believe this is considered a proper way of communicating, they were very quick to dismiss my claims and provided no means for me to reply to their email. Anyway, I am copying the email in full here, with my comments i
  4. Thanks for your honesty about my chances. Those are some impressive numbers, it surely attests to your skills. But what about the lack of communication from them? Doesn't it make the whole incident illegal and therefore invalid? If so, how to challenge this? is this what the OOT is for? Someone else has said that if they didn't serve a written notice and an inventory, then they are in breach of the Courts and Enforcement Act, is that correct info?
  5. @Bailiff Advice Thanks for your very informative answer. Unfortunately, I am not in a position to pay the debt now, especially at this huge amount. Do you think it's worth submitting and OOT? Apart from that, Marston claimed to have sent a Notice of Enforcement on the 9th of July, which I really did not receive. there was no notice on my mailbox that my car was taken, hence why I called the police, I had no idea that I have had this case with Marstons. When I asked Marstons about it, they said that this the agent couldn't get through the communal doors. This is
  6. Hi, Thanks for your reply, I didn't move, it is still the same address as when the PCN was issued. I found one of the 4 letters that they claimed to have sent, but as I explained, I have received it right during the chaos of my little brother's death last October, I must have completely missed, it was open so I have definitely seen it, but I have no recollection of this.
  7. Thanks for your reply. Exactly. There was no communication at all from Marstons. Hence why I panicked and called Police straight away thinking my car was stolen. Had I received anything from Marstons, I would have guessed immediately that they could have taken it and called them first.
  8. Hi, I have been away for a few days when I came back yesterday, I noticed my car was gone. I obviously freaked out and called Police who advised me to call TRACE, I did it and there was no entry on their database about my car. There was no letter, or phone call, email, SMS or anything to let me know that my car was taken by Marston. Not a single notice. For all I knew, my car was stolen. I then called Police back, and they were able to find out that Marstons took my car. I called them immediately and was told that it was due to a PCN issued last year by Ken
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