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  1. Please help! I am a student and voluntary Children's Worker, there is no way I can afford to fight this and lose... Frankly, I'm scared. I received a Notice to Keeper from CPMS Ltd on the 4th of December (apparently dated the 26th of November) demanding that I pay them £100 for parking without a permit on the 26th of October, or that I give them the details of whoever was driving at the time. The Driver is even worse off than I am, she's in no state to deal with this stress. Details of the event are: In the early hours of the 26th October, the Driver arrived at Halls of Residence in Manchester. Tried to obtain parking permit from reception, but as it was out of office hours it was closed. Security not authorised to handle money, so the practice is to leave a note in the book for when reception opens. Vehicles are then registered as being authorised, pending permit being written. Permit paid for and obtained from reception in the morning, however a PCN has already been placed on vehicle. Driver advised by security to just ignore it. Didn't think to tell me. --Fast forward to 4th December-- I, the Keeper of the vehicle, receive Notice to Keeper in the post. Panic! I have contacted the Halls Reception, but they said there is nothing they can do, it's nothing to do with them, go talk to CPMS. What do I do? My mother is seriously unwell at home, and having bailifs turn up on our doorstep when I'm not there would kill her... I'm sorry if this is in the wrong place, I just don't know what to do.
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