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  1. The season of COVID goodwill appears to be over as I have today received a letter from CST Law, dated 29/1/21, acting for DRP (2 page anonymised copy attached) requesting a payment of £160. The last letter I received from them was on 28/4/20! This letter talks about court proceedings and mentions CCJs and effects upon credit ratings..........more threats I assume. They also remind me that they can commence court proceedings up to 2026!! Also attached (anonymised copy) is a letter from the DVLA, dated 20/8/20 (I wrote to them earlier in the year but took ages to get a re
  2. Hi For updated information, please find attached 2 letters (anonymised) received from DRP this month on the 7th and 28th. It seems like they are really, really concerned about my welfare becuase of COVID-19, firstly giving me extra time to pay them £160 and then offering me a "generous" £14 discount! Am in no response mode until a formal LOC is received. Times must be hard in the parking claim world!!!!!! I also wrote to the DVLA 6 weeks ago asking them for information regarding requests for my information, using one of your template letters. Had no resp
  3. I have received the attached letter (anonymised) today from, "Debt Recovery Plus" requesting payment of £160 by 30/3/2020 or they will recommend their client to take court action. Am I correct to ignore this latest bullying letter, as suggested elsewhere in the posts here, and wait for a formal letter of claim? I feel like telling them where to go, and why, but am restraining myself. The letter does mention (bottom of page 1) a recent supreme court decision about parking charges. Is this case relevant to a 'no stopping' case such as mine? I have also wr
  4. As a general update I walked along the access road yesterday and numerous new signs have been erected along the road, attached to light posts, and a larger on at one side of the entrance to the road, and at the top of the road where there are barriers; see attached pictures. The signs are larger and with larger lettering and explicitly mention DVLA. This might be interpreted as an acknowledgement that their previous signage was inadequate. Notices.pdf
  5. My apologies. Read a lot of other threads and now think one mention a letter from a debt collectoor rather than bailiffs. Thanks for the advice received so far.
  6. Information requested: 1. Date of the infringement – 31/12/2019 2. Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] - 14/1/2020 (not within 14 days from the ‘offence’ date?) 3. Date received – 15/1/2020 (date of offence + 15 days) 4. Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?] NO 5. Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes a picture on the NTK 6. Have you appealed? No Have you had a response? N/A 7. Who is the parking company? UKCPS 8. Where exactly [carpark name a
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