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  1. Hello, first post here having read through other threads. I received a FCN from Napier after parking at Willen Lake, i bought a ticket and it appeared to have blown off my dash into the footwell of my car. I returned to my car to find an FCN on the windscreen asking for payment of £80 or a reduced charge of £45 if paid within 14 days. I appealed to Napier through their online procedure explaining this situation and attaching a picture of my ticket. However they responded with a letter attached to an email stating that because i failed to ensure the ticket was displayed that im still expected to pay. In this letter though, it now says they will accept a £25 payment as a show of good will. Very simply should i just accept this and pay them, or is ignoring further correspondence the best route to take?
  2. Hi - i'm new here but i guess my story is anything but. Any advice from you wise people would be very welcome. On the 14th december i stopped outside the car boot sale in the middle of town in Lewes to get a coffee from the snack van. I didn't even lock the car and was walking back to it maybe 3 mins later to find what i thought was a traffic warden issuing a ticket. I said I was off, drove away and now, ten days later I get a Fixed Charge Notice demanding £100 pounds, from a company called Capital2Coast. if i pay within fourteen days of the notice (is that when I got the letter or the 'date of contravention'?) I get a reduction to £60. Oh and there's a £1.75 card surcharge if I pay over the web... I quote - "The driver of the vehicle is liable for a fixed charge notice in the above amount which, at the date of this notice, remains unpaid in full and for which the balance due remains unpaid. A Fixed Charge Notice was affixed to the windscreen of the vehicle at the time of the contravention or sent throughout the post to the registered keeper. This charge relates to the period of parking that immediately preceded the issue of that Notice, the charge having been incurred for the reason as stated above and liability for the same having been brought to the attention of the driver by clear signage in and around the site in and around the site at the time of parking." The letter shows a photo of my vehicle from the rear, presumably taken as I was reversing, and doesn't show the whole vehicle. The 'Reason For Issue' is failure to display a valid permit. As far as I can tell, this is public land, but I'm not sure, it's to the side of Laura Ashley, not the front, if anyone knows the area. Anyway, it seems extremely unreasonable to me. I'll go and have a look at the site to see what the notices say tomorrow. Any thoughts?
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