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  1. Yes the registration is 100% correct in the ticket, I removed it in the attached copy using Acrobat for the whole 'no identifying info' thingy So in your experience, at this stage, is it suck it up and pay or ignore them and contend with the debt collectors? I feel frustrated I now have this bill without a chance to contest or query it. On a side note, I'm sure you (dx) were the one who helped me defeat Lloyds bank years ago on my old CAG account
  2. The person driving at the time informed me that they purchased the ticket which covers the period after the apparent free allowance of 2hrs. However I'm not crystal clear on this so I'm driving up there tonight to figure this out for myself. But quick maths on my part gave me the impression that after 2hrs free the £3 paid would more than cover the remaining time. I'll be able to confirm this point when I get over there. Thanks so much for the quick response
  3. 1 Date of the infringement= 08/11/2019 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]= 16/12/2019 3 Date received= 18/12/2019 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?]= Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event?= Unknown 6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal] Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up= Have not contacted Carflow so far 7 Who is the parking company?= Carflow 8. Where exactly [carpark name
  4. I had a response from the legal team directly. I've attached the letter; but essentially they are insinuating that I caused the damage myself and/or being dishonest. Now, whether they sold this to me knowing about the damage or not, I truly believe they failed their due-diligence in ensuring the car's integrity. An MOT inspection will not look at the space behind the front bumper so that is a moot point. Also, as the mechanic also pointed out, the front bumper must be a replacement as the impact force required to damage the crossmember would permanently destroy the bumper. So
  5. I didn't get a response for a while, but turns out the chap was away. Here's the latest response: "Sorry I have been off for the last week, I will chase this up on Monday, I placed in in the hands of our Law firm as they are experienced in these matters" I'll give them a bit longer although Monday has just passed.
  6. Emailed the dealer with the pictures above, expressing my concern over being sold a car with unreported crash damage. Response was that the owner will need to make a decision and will be back on Wednesday 6th November. Let's see...
  7. The name of the Garage is MC Autos and I have to say that Natalie and Jermaine provided very good customer service. Name of Dealership: Chequers Cars (Lightwater, Surrey)
  8. Hi all, First post of this new account as my old CAG account from several years ago died So I have this issue now with my Nissan Juke bought from a dealership last year. Please bear with me as I am just going to throw all details in this post. Nissan Juke 2011 Tekna DIG-T 23000 mileage Purchased the car August 2018 and when summer 2019 hit, I discovered that the AC wasn't working (auto climate control); didn't detect issue because previous months were cold. I've been looking at claiming AC repair through AutoGuard and eventually foun
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