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  1. Hey everyone, I need your help, today I received an email from IAS (Known as Independence Appeal Service) that my appeal for unfair car park charge have been dismissed after I was told that the appeal would take a week but it take them two days for them to dismissed my appeal. Here is what it said: Dear Chris, The Independent Appeals Service (IAS) has received a decision from the Independent Adjudicator regarding your recent appeal for the below PCN. Parking Charge Number (PCN): XXXXXXXXX Vehicle Registration: XXXXXXX Date Issued: 2015-11-10 Appeal O
  2. Just succeeded in getting my Parking Charge Notice cancelled - in the end without having to appeal to IAS... I had paid the correct parking fee but made an error in typing in my vehicle reg. I was grateful not to have to use IAS a) because most forum members think it a waste of time anyway and doomed to failure b) because I didn't want to do an appeal online (slow pc/hangs/freezes/slow internet) I could not find any contact details, email, phone, address for IAS - the contact button takes you a registration page - which I eventually filled in but still failed in register
  3. Help please. my appeal has been decline as anticipated but i'm unclear as to what happens next. I really didn't see the sign for charges it was pitch black and when I returned to the car within 10 minutes with the change for the machine the attendant wrote the ticket and still issued the charge while I was there - this has been ignored on appeal. They IAS claim state the signs were clear but this is simply not true but will not acknowledge the photo evidence was taken after the ticket was issued - it was one of those situations when I couldn't believe what was happening - they clai
  4. I returned from holiday to a failed IAS appeal.... My appeal; A Notice To Registered Keeper was received by myself on xx/xx/2015. The requirements to allow keeper liability under schedule 4 of The Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 have not been met by this NTRK. This was made clear to PCN Parking Solutions, who subsequently 'rejected my appeal' , due to this being ' mitigation'. That is NOT mitigation but fact. There is no evidence on their website to show me, the Registered Keeper, that this event actually happened.* After visiting the site to view the signage, it is clear
  5. After asking for info on a new IPC member here; http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?435832-New-member-of-the-IPC. They've only gone and sent me a letter via their UCS front. They have obviously used the Poxburghe/PCN Parking services database, and are carrying on where Poxburghe left off. I suspect we shall see a few more cases resurrected... I shall post up the letter later, but they are claiming keeper liability where none exists ,and of course I have the paper trail to prove it. Now I could ignore them, but I think I shall be asking them
  6. Hello all I recently received a parking charge notice from G24. I had recently had one from parking eye where by browsing these forums I was not the driver on either occasion and was able to understand how to appeal to them at the stage I was at and was successful overturned within days. I made the mistake of thinking the same process would work this time and my appeal was rejected. I was invited to appeal to the IAS and conducted my appeal based on their code of practice. They seemed reputable and that the charge was groundless as there own code of practice was in my opinion not ad
  7. Hi, We parked in an SIP car park in Manchester but, because we parked in a really narrow spot, I put the parking ticket in the back window (the one facing outwards) so the attendant would be able to see it properly but they gave me a PCN anyway and said it was because my ticket was not displayed. I wrote and complained that I had a valid ticket (which I sent them as proof) and that I had displayed it in the back of my car (and told them why) but they rejected my claims and still want me to pay the fine. What should I do? The PCN was also issued at 7.52pm and the car park became free at 8.
  8. Hi everyone, new to all this so hoping to get some advice, hopefully I'm not just repeating old threads... Long story short I got a PCN from VCS for dropping off on a red zone at Liverpool Airport. I appealed using the standard template and no surprises was rejected by VCS. I was expecting to be given a POPLA code but was instead told to appeal to IAS. I'm assuming VCS has recently moved from POPLA to IAS as all the information I've read up on this, people have always been told to appeal to POPLA. From what I can gather, appealing to IAS is nowhere near as successful as appealing to
  9. Received an email from a friend earlier detailing another success against a PPC at appeal - this time with the IAS rather than POPLA The young lady in question parked in a residential car park managed by Sussex Security Solutions trading as Parking Enforcement. Received a ticket for £100 (reduced to £60 blah blah blah) for a 'breach of terms and conditions meaning that a contractual fee was now due' (parked in a contractor bay due to building work temporarily removing all of the legitimate spaces). Appealed to the PPC at an early stage and (unsurprisingly) this was rejected - rejecti
  10. I am currently dealing with IRCAS/IAS, regarding an Unpaid Fare Notice. Anyone who has had dealings with them will be aware that they choose to hide behind a PO Box number, rather than have us know their actual address. Why they choose to be so cowardly, I do not know. Also, sending out mail with a return address in Buckinghamshire is a little suspicious. A little research on the Net reveals that IRCAS and IAS are trading names for Independent Transport Associates Limited or ITAL. Under this name, they have a website that lists their actual address as the following: Unit 2-3
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