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  1. This post is just a reminder to read the timing on your Parking Eye ‘Parking Charge Notice’ Our tale of these companies in this regard is one of amazement! According to Parking Eye data, my daughter arrived at Morrisons carpark (Stratford) at 22:25:09, didn’t pay for the appropriate parking time etc etc and has now started to receive the automated paperwork as discussed on this forum So far from Parking Eye: Paper 1 Parking Charge Notice for £85 demand with £50 discount if paid within 14days Paper 2 Duplicate of £85 demand with £50 discount if paid within 14 days Paper 3 Reminder 29days have passed and £85 now due From DebtRecoveryPlusLtd: Paper 1 Demand for £135 Paper 2 Notice of intended court action for £135 AND if goes to court additional £15 court fee, £50 solicitor cost and 8% interest per annum Now here’s my reason for this post title... Should any of you ConsumerActionGroup members/readers get the above said paperwork from Parking Eye, check the timing! Look at this Parking Eye sign: In particular the wording: For use only whilst shopping in store Ignoring the argument of you could state in your defence: "you weren’t shopping" or "parked car to run across the road to another shop" etc etc this will be a very, very, very interesting court case I am looking forward to going to court with my daughter on this one because Morrison’s in Stratford closes 22:00hrs! (On the day in question, it opened 07:00 and closed 22:00) This means, (and I’m sure the judge will agree) that Parking Eye has broken their alleged contract with my daughter for issuing her with a charge that they had no right to issue! They state their parking tariff applys 24hours 7days a week Yes BUT... How can my daughter spend £5+ to get back a parking fee refund upon production of the refund portion of ticket when Morrison was closed AND their sign implies that drivers only need to Pay&Display if shopping in Morrisons Stratford? Makes me chuckle again and again So, if you, or anyone you know has been issued with a pretend Parking Charge Notice, check the timing on the paperwork and the time when the store closed because you just may have a case like ours where the timing part of the alleged parking contract is contradictory making it impossible for the alleged contract to be fulfilled by either party! Zoe PS Couldn't get the sign image to display any bigger Just trust me that the wording is there OR do a double take when next see a similar Parking Eye sign
  2. today i received a parking charge notice from 'parking eye'. As i can see from all the other threads, it seems that they can take no legal action against me for not paying but just want to check something! I was parked at Romford Ice Rink (not sure if anyone else and received a parking charge from here) and like most other people i did not see any signs or payment machines and therefore proceeded to park as i thought it was the ice rinks car park. Today i called the ice rink to see how i have received this parking ticket and they said i should have entered my car registration details into a machine within the ice rink to be able to get free parking. Because of this machine within the ice rink, am i still able to ignore any further notices i receive and therefore not pay the parking charge? very confused, please help
  3. I have just received a so-called parking charge notice, complete with black-and-white checkered border, from Parking Eye for overstaying their limit of 90 min in the carpark of a local supermarket by 17 min. Their extortionate charge for those 17 minutes is £40 if paid within 2 weeks, £70 and escalating threafter. There is no charge for use of the carpark, though a limit of 90 min is stated on signage. How should Parking Eye's parking charge notice be dealt with? trappist
  4. I have done some searches, but not found anything for 2011 So I'm not sure if things have changed. basically I got a letter from Parking Eye for a PCN, saying my car entered a Permit Area car park and left 20 mins later. As this isn't an overstayed parking, but was in a Permit area car park anything changes? or ignore forever, cos if so, I will just bin them, I will be aware of future warnings, solicitors , threatening letters etc. There are photos on the letter and if you squint hard enough you can see the driver.. sort of Thanks in advance Letter mentions 'The signage, which is clearly displayed at the entrance and throughout the car park, states that this is a permit holder/authorised vehicle only car park and also details other conditions for which those who enter the car park agree to be bound by. By failing to hold a valid permit and in accordance with the terms and conditions that were agreed to upon entering the car park these were breached and therefore the parking charge, detailed below is immediately payable.'
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