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  1. Hello everyone, I've recently received a Parking Charge Notice from Park With Ease Ltd (PWE) and I'm looking for some advice. On the 30th December I parked at Ferry Meadows in Peterborough for about 50 minutes and completely forgot to pay my parking fee... that was until yesterday when I received a parking charge letter (dated Thursday 15th February 2018) from PWE - see attached pdf titled "Park With Ease PCN Letter". I've had a little browse at other cases and something that keeps getting mentioned is that they have to send the letter to me within 14 days of the 'offence'. Am I corr
  2. 1 Date of the infringement.( 05/07/18 ) 2 Date on the NTK [24/07/18] 3 Date received ( 27/07/18 ) 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [no] 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? ( no ) 6 Have you appealed? {no] 7 Who is the parking company? ( Park with Ease ) 8. Where exactly [Whitlingham Country Park, Norwich, Norfolk ] For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. IPC A member of my family who is foreign, drove into Whitlingham Country Park in Norfolk stopped for 20 minu
  3. I have just had my independent appeal dismissed by the IAS over a £50 parking charge charged to me by Park With Ease. I visited Nene Park Ferry Meadows on 10th February 2018, and on attempting to pay for my parking, the machine did not recognise my number plate . It came up with a random fee of £6, and as I had parked for just under an hour , knew this was incorrect. I tried the machine beside it , only to get the same result. There was no screen displayed, which gave me the option to choose how long I had been there, I didn’t want to overpay for my stay so left the par
  4. Good morning, I hope you can help. I have been looking through the forum and have had a brilliant time taking in advice from people who have had similar experiences to what i have had, however none have been exactly the same. Now on the 16th of April my wife received a notice to keeper letter from park with ease, im sure youre all familiar with these notices. Basically my wifes car was parked at one of their sites on the 6th of April for about an hour and a quarter. The site in which it was parked at is one of those ANPR sites that detect your plate in and then out. When the
  5. I have just recieved a "Parking charge - final reminder" from Park with Ease. It refers to a period of parking dated July 2014 (3 years and 5 months ago) I ignored their begging letters back then and have heard nothing from them for over 3 years. Can they pursue this after all this time?
  6. Hi, has anyone heard of this company Park With Ease? I am asking on behalf of a family member, I did google the name and it said the company were a s c a m company? Family member got a letter from them yesterday saying they had not paid for a ticket while parked in a car park in Cornwall, August 2017, so it has taken them this long to write! The car park was one where there is a camera ( I believe) that takes car numbers and when you leave you go to a machine to pay. The day they were there they and several other people were not able to pay as the machine was not wo
  7. Hello guys, So this morning I had a letter through the post stating the following: PARKING CHARGE - NOTICE TO KEEPER Vehicle Registration: redacted Vehicle Make / Model: redacted Site Name: Ferry Meadows Period of Parking: Sunday 11 Jun 2017 18:06:52 to Sunday 11 Jun 2017 19:16:24 Reason for Issue: None Payment of Parking Amount of Charge: £50.00 reduced to £25.00 if paid within 14 days Driver Liability The driver of the above vehicle is liable for a Parking Charge in the above amount which, at the date of this notice, remains unpaid in full. The charge ha
  8. Hi, I wonder if someone can advise. My wife received two parkinig charge letters from Parking With Ease both due to their machines constantly failing to recognise the registration number when attempting to make payment. On one occasion we worked out we could enter the reg number manually but it then failed to recognise the debit card and just sat there forever. We then decided to leave it as we were unsure if payment had been taken. both of these letters were sent and received way outside of the 14 days Notice to Keeper period as stated here http://www.le
  9. Hi everyone, It's been many many years since I last had a parking ticket (probably 30), but that all changed when a 'Parking Charge - Notice to Keeper letter' popped through my letterbox this morning from 'Parking With Ease'. Given the circumstances around this charge I thought it best to seek some advice from anyone on here that understands the legalities of a charge like this. Here's the background to how I received it: I took a trip to the Lake District a few weeks ago. Parking charges in the LD, for anyone who doesn't know, are both extortionate and E
  10. Out of the blue yesterday my daughter received a letter and court papers from Park with Ease . Apparently she had parked at a car park - White Moss in the lake district on the 9th October 2014. This was the first time that she had received anything from them. My daughter moved in June 2014 and had informed the DVLA etc that she had moved. We have never had any letters from them otherwise this would have been dealt with before now. When we she showed us this letter today I immediately got in touch with them to stop the action whilst we sorted it out. But their response
  11. I received a NTK from Park with ease (PWE) 24 days after the parking event they refer to in the NTK (attached) titled Parking charge - notice to Keeper [ATTACH=CONFIG]58730[/ATTACH] I researched on various forums and responded as below: they came back with the below reply: I am pretty sure they do not have any legislature to fall back on... any advice would be highly valued... thanks in advance for your time...
  12. Hi all I have been reading this forum to try and get some advice for appealing a penalty notice I received for parking in a car park in the Lake District by Park With Ease. I did park in the car park, but the machine was not working and we had no internet access in order to make the payment within the next 48 hours. I parked in the car park on 11 September 2014 but did not receive the 'Penalty charge -Notice to Keeper' letter until 8 October. I have read threads on this forum and seemed to find the fact that PWE had 14 days in order to issue the penalty to the keeper of the vehi
  13. My mother in law received a letter for her car not being paid for at a car park looked after by park with ease. 2 cars went and both cars were paid for. by the time parking was done and we both left one of the cars had overstayed by 1 and a half minutes longer than an hour. Received an invoice on her car dated 28 days later it actually arrived 29/30 days later. I appealed saying This ticket was not issued within 14 days. The date of the offence was 15th July 2014. the date of issue was 12th August 2014. The prescribed fee was paid and the claim against you is utte
  14. Hi I received the attached PCN from Park With Ease after a visit to Brockholes, Preston. I was aware of the free initial 20 minutes and did not think we had exceeded this. The 'offence' occurred on 01/10/14. The PCN is dated 04/11/14 (34 days later) The PCN arrived in my post on 07/11/14 (37 days after the offence). The charge seems excessive to me. Before I do something stupid, can thgis be enforced, and would I win an appeal?
  15. Hi,I am opening a new thread as my existing one, is old and very long, plus most is irrelvant now and i think the length is putting people off commenting on my recent develpmets - here is old thread for reference http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?240860-Park-Motor-Finance-Default-Notice I took car finance out, paid over a third but missed one payment. I was never informed of this missed payment, but then received a DN. The default notice was faulty and they terminated the agreement. It went to court, was adjourned and whilst waiting fo
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