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  1. Yep. Indeed and I can see why people would get frightened by it. Thanks for your support!
  2. As it happens ericsbrother we do have a dog, so maybe we'll put her on a diet so she's suitably hungry when the doorbell rings - a bit like Pavlov's salivating dogs! Seriously though its all a bit disconcerting. Earlier this afternoon my wife was on the verge of paying up because she's so stressed over it. I'm keeping everything crossed that they'll get fed up and move on.
  3. Hi dx We've actually tried to block their texts but have been unable to. However, since our letter to KBT Cornwall (copied to TNC) we have received no further texts at least. No, we certainly won't enter into a conversation with anyone on the door or 'phone.
  4. Hi I have completed the questionnaire about 3 times but it never seems to appear anywhere where you can find it, sorry! I can give you the answers here again though if that is OK. 1. Date of infringement: 28/1/18 2. Have not appealed as outside appeal period. Waited for NTK which did not arrive at our current address possibly due to change of address inadvertedly not notified to DVLA October 2017. 3. Not received NTK 4. Not appealed 5. KBT Cornwall/Armtrac Security 6. Car park R.J. Supplies off Copper Terrace/Prospect Place, Hayle, Cornwall Thanks for the Guardian article, will have a look at it now, although until today this is the only letter we have received telling us to pay up today or it might be referred to Doorstep Collection Agent. TNC have texted my wife prior to this which, following your advice, we told them to cease doing. Many thanks again.
  5. Many thanks dx for your response. The fact that this extortion is remotely legal beggars belief.
  6. Hi everyone. We wrote to KBT Cornwall (Armtrac) and a copy went to TNC on 13th August advising them that we did not want to receive any further texts from TNC and that we would only deal direct with KBT Cornwall. We did not advise them of driver or keeper details. Today my wife received a letter from TNC, despite telling them that we would not enter into correspondence with them, only KBT. They refer in the letter received today to a previous letter dated 30/7/18. This letter, like others, may have gone to our old address. We, therefore, do not know what it said. TNC has demanded payment today, directly to them or they will seek approval from their client (whom I am assuming is still KBT Cornwall/Armtrac) to pass the account to a Doorstep Collection Agent. The letter goes on to state that their client has acted with all due regard for the legal principles involved in such matters. Should we write back and request copies of previous correspondence that might have gone to our old address - for all we know the letter of 30/7/18 might have been related to a court judgement, although I somehow doubt this as surely TNC would have had to mention this in this latest letter? Should we just ignore and sit tight? Many thanks again for any advice.
  7. Hi dx For some reason my reply to your last message hasn't posted. I pasted the completed questionnaire into that for you to see - details of the car park in question and dates etc. Don't know where it has gone. Will try again tomorrow.
  8. Hi dx Have done as you suggest and completed, copied and pasted the questionnaire onto the thread. Hopefully, its there! Letter will be on its way to Armtrac and TNC tomorrow. Will post a redacted copy of that to the post too. Thanks for all your help today.
  9. Hi lookinforinfo Many thanks for responding in such detail. My wife may have called them at the time. I know she telephoned the Police who advised her to pay the charge, so she might have phoned Arntrac straight after that. She has just attempted to block TNC on her mobile but is unable to do so. I will write to TNC as you suggest, as the last thing we need is a CCJ at our old address. When we receive the NTK we will, of course, post it for you to have a look at. We took photographs of the site. I went down to the area in question with my wife immediately after she had the ticket in January 2018 and the sign about parking is pretty well hidden amongst similar size and coloured signage on a wall of a shop building. We will post the pictures along with the NTK when we receive it. There was and still is no ticket machine at the site. As I said in my original posting, we have done nothing with this except wait for the 56 days to expire and when we received no NTK we thought it wasn't going to be pursued. Sorry, but I can't see how to complete the details on the link you have included. I have read many of the threads and those on other forums. I think what is throwing us is that we failed to let the DVLA know of our change of address and therefore we do not know if TNC has issued a NTK. If I knew for certain that they hadn't, I wouldn't be worried as obviously they would have failed that part of the process. Hi renegadeimp Thanks for responding. We have contacted the DVLA again today as they did not advise us on Friday if they have been approached by Armtrac/TNC for details. We are awaiting their next response. In the meantime, I am going to write to Armtrac/TNC as per lookinfoinfo's helpful advice to get confirmations from them (if they can) as to whether and where the NTK was sent. Current charge according to TNC is now £170 - £100 original charge, plus £70 for all, the hard work they have put in!
  10. Hi dx100uk Sorry, I'm not sure what it is you are asking me to complete. Following BPA advice we did nothing with the parking notice except wait for the 56 days to expire and see if we received an NTK. As explained we did not receive the NTK possibly because it went to an old address which we no longer live at. We were just wondering if it is safe to ignore TNC legal's texts requesting payment. We do not believe either Armtrac or TNC have our current address, although they appear to have got hold of my wife's mobile number from somewhere.
  11. Hi My wife received a ticket from Armtrac in Cornwall 1/18. We waited the 56 days for NTK which did not arrive. On Friday 10/8/18 my wife received text from TNC (don't know how they got number) requesting payment. We checked with DVLA to see if Armtrac/TNC had requested Keeper details but it appears my wife forgot to update DVLA of a change of address in 11/17, so NTK could have been sent to old address. My wife received another text this morning to contact TNC to pay or the matter will be escalated. Not sure what to do now. Many thanks for any advice.
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