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About Leozack

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  1. So today I got a nice letter from their Equita company saying "notice of intention to commence proceedings in the county court for 110" with "10 days to pay" and "a copy of this letter will remain on file and may be used as evidence in any future court proceedings". But to me it looks as vague as the other stuff, surely actual NOI's would be more legit? Thought I'd heard the last of this but I guess not it's been nearly a year
  2. Got the last equita one (probably) : FINAL NOTICE we've been unsuccessful in resolving this matter so we intend to refer it back to the PC unless you contact within 7d. Ok
  3. Got the next one today, 16d after the last. Once again it says it could result in passing back to the company. This time it references PE v Beavis 2015 UKCS 67 and also states they're acting on behalf of the company. Other than that, same old.
  4. Yeah I'm still ignoring it - just updating the thread with their outcomes as they happen
  5. 3m later I've now got the Equita letter for £110 saying if you don't pay they may advise PWE to take enforcement action against you
  6. I've seen those arguments recommended so you never know what you should/not use anymore. Got the 2nd letter today with the usual pay within 15d stuff
  7. Yeah I've not paid and would rather not pay their incompetent bullying behinds. I was just wondering if anyone had any record of losing to one (I only hear about winning) n if so what the overall cost was. I'm sure the people who are advised via this site and others appreciate it. In some places you can still straight up ignore all "invoices" which makes the advice simpler! But at least here clamping is illegal afaia
  8. Yeah I can see why people would rather pay £25 to make it go away and have peace of mind and no "records" of court summons etc. What's the worst case scenario if they took you to court and you lost and had to pay for everything? I figure it could easily be a couple hundred or more?
  9. Is there a cheatsheet of things they can fail on with the NTK to check against? It seems weird that they have a list of do/don't required things to claim against you and then they don't do them :o
  10. That's fair enough. I guess like most people I get tired of the more and more lega'y sounding letters harassing you in the post over the next 6+ months. Who knows, maybe they won't bother - but scaring people makes them money so I presume they will. We know their photo evidence isn't given until you appeal which makes no sense if they can't claim against you without providing it at the very start. To be fair most PCCs seems to include a photo on the 1st letter but not PWE apparently!
  11. Yes it must be ANPR, and the dates in the letter to me sound like over 14d, but you could argue it is 15d and that counts as 14d after the date in the letter? It's a bit close to be the only thing to stand on. But I've been away so much I might've actually received this a lot later anyway. So waiting for the threatening ones is the best bet now? I've had to do that before in a place where my car broke down and in the end it was better to goto the place and complain instore to get it overturned and that was painless. I can't do that here as it's 250 miles away
  12. PWE have sent an NTK to me claiming a charge of £50 for failure to pay for parking - I'm unsure what the best option is. To respond with your form : 1 Date of the infringement Tue 31st July 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] Wed 15 Aug 3 Date received Unsure 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] N (that I can see) 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Not provided but presumably what they went to DVLA with 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up your appeal]N Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up N 7 Who is the parking company? Park with ease 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Ferry Meadows, Peterborough
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