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  1. Eric brother thanks for your post. There's mixed reviews on the POFA? However my sister and I both got the parking letter from ncp, both appealed and they ignored hers and actioned on mine. Surely that's unfair as both cases got treated differently for the same offence. Plus they didn't send me a letter before it went to debt management and they can't prove or show this. I am so stuck on what to do. I either take the risk and wait for a court letter (if they take it that far) or take it to people. Anyone else got any views on th
  2. I can't post the pictures over. NCP LETTER As you failed to make arrangements to pay your account balance to ourselves (ncp) or to our debt collection provider TRACE Debt recovery Uk limited. Your account has now been passed to BW LEGAL. who are our approved legal service provider? You must contact them with immediate effect. (Address and number provided for Bw legal) * With this letter I had another letter attached from BW LEGAL saying We have been instructed by NCP and debt recovery uk limited in relation to the balance due for the abov
  3. Hi all. I wanted to update you on my situation. I left it from our last conversation with not respinding to Debt recovery and ncp wouldn't discuss my situation further anyway as it was passed to the debt recovery. Today I received these letters in the post from ncp and bwlegal. I am not sure now if I should contact bwlegal and explain what's happened and about the POFA Violation 14 days. Any advice please. Sammy
  4. Thank you for your views ericbrothers. Please bare in mind that the reasons I am on this forum is to get some friendly advice as I have never been in this situation before and was not aware of the legalities/ rights we had and how awful these type of companies are, until recently. It has surly been a lesson learnt and I will certainly pass this information on to others. If I understand correctly from my previous post is that due to them missing the date from sending me the offence within the 14 day period. So I was going to ignore until I received a letter with title
  5. So just to clarify due to them sending me the penalty charge letter after the 14 day notice means they have no case ? Or because I appealed I still need go act ?
  6. No way. I didn't realise that it's 14 days. They stated 28 days on response time on payment etc so I summed 28 days. So I should just ignore all now. So frustrating I didn't come on this post sooner. Thank you kindly
  7. please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement- 21/06/19 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]- 12/07/19 3 Date received 15/07/19 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? N I can't see it 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes a ANPR Camera showing arrival and exit but separate parking machine in car park not at gates 6 Have you appealed? Y Post up your appeal] I am waiting for a copy of my appeal bu
  8. Hi Thank you for your email. Shall I complete the PCN form you sent? I am unsure if to go to popla regarding this or leave it. Now I have lost my POFA by identifying myself does this mean I should continue the appeal?
  9. Hi. Thank you for messaging.. Sorry it states parking charge notice not parking fine. Would this make a difference? Sj
  10. Hey, I need some advice please. On 15th July I parked at a NCP car park when meeting my sister in her car. we pyrchased 3 tickets over the day as plans changed and always was back at the car park by the time our ticket expired. In total we paid for 4 hours psrking. They had a ANPR camera on entry and exit if car park and determined we spent an extra 45 minutes in the car park unpaid for. As stated in my appeal to them if they check their video cameras it took me about 20 minute to take my two young children out of the car. Change a di
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