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  1. hi, i know its not allowed to park on single yellow lines, but what if i live on the street that has a single yellow line. Ive just been given one this morning, the details of the yellow lines are no parking from 7am till 6pm. I cannot park in nearby areas as i will not be able to make sure it is secure, and it is unfair to take other residents parking spots on other streets. Where i am parked is not disrupting traffic as its pretty much a pull into parking, so the road is more than 3 car widths wide. I actaully live on the high street and where im parked im guessing is for delivery vehicles at those times, but its not the busy end of the high street so little delivery vehicles come by. So can i successfully appeal against the parking ticket i was issued? Thank you
  2. oh thanks for that Ben, this morning I got another letter saying I am over my overdraft limit and they will take a futher £28 from my account in December. Phoned them up why they are taking money from me in December and in November, she went on to say that I get charged the following month if I was overdrawn this month. so now ill have to write in "I calculate that you have taken £76"
  3. I havent been charged as much as the others have, I have been charged £20 for going £32.44 over my overdraft limit of £1000. Today, I received a letter saying they will take £28 off me on the 30th of November for being over the overdraft this month which currently stands at £52.44 over the overdraft or £1052.44 in the red. Do I include the future charge in my letter? Also, i cant seem to get the hang of this bit in the letter: 'I calculate that you have taken £XXXXX plus £XXX which you have charged me in overdraft interest for the sum which you have taken. Total £XXXXX.' In those spreadsheets hanging about I enter £20 under charge amount and 30/10/06 in charge date, the interest comes up as £0.01, is that what I replace XXX with? So that it reads 'I calculate that you have taken £20 plus £0.01 which you have charged me in overdraft interest for the sum which you have taken. Total £20.01.' If so, since the interest is pretty much negligible would the letter be just as effective if I replace the whole statement with: 'I calculate that you have taken £20 plus a further £28 is to be taken on 30th November. Total £48.'
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