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  1. Hi all, I need some help. The defendant has been issued with a £100 'Parking Charge' by Parking Eye. The alleged offence occurred during the day time on a weekend, and was apparently brought to the attention of the plaintiff by ANPR cameras recording time-stamped photos with entry+exit times of the vehicle registered to the defendant. The plaintiff claims that the defendant spent just over 30 minutes in total at the car park. Answers to the FAQ thread are as follows: 1 Date of the infringement: Late January 2019. 2 Date on the
  2. May i just add a very important factor on how WE all teach these unethical business a lesson that will make then sit up and take note… Business, in particular hotels such as Holiday Inn operate in a highly completive market place where even small adjustments to their statistics have significant rippled effects on their margins. So much so they employ technicians to monitor downward curves on online statics If WE collectively spent just 2 minutes posting a 1 star NEGATIVE GOOGLE review you will drive their ratings down faster then their CEO could say “get those Pa
  3. Hi, i need some advise please. I too received a letter from PE with regards to parking on the Town Quay in October 2019. I didn’t really understand their payment system - do I pay before or after - so I asked someone who worked there, they said I could pay either way. So, I paid when I got back, entered my vehicle number - which didn’t say how long I had been there - the payment layout was difficult to understand, I think I had underpaid by £2, I paid £6.50. What do I do? I can’t afford the £60,
  4. Hi I've received a 'letter before county court claim' from ParkingEye regarding an unpaid ticket and I would like your opinion and advice please. I like to think it's just scare tactics but I want to be sure. I parked on a Tesco car park, supposedly overstayed (3 hours on a 2 hour max stay. I disputed the ticket with a POPLA template I found here that at CAG that said I don't acknowledge the debt, don't have to name the driver, and that I will defend myself at POPLA if need be. This has worked the other times I've had tickets but this time I've received a new and differe
  5. Hi Guys, I am here looking for some help with a matter regarding a parking eye court claim sent to my partner that arrived last week. This is the first we have heard of any infringement and have had no prior correspondence or mail from parking eye . Our Front door opens directly onto the pavement and we do get occasional issues of children pulling mail that hasn't been pushed all the way through, out of mailboxes as they run past and throwing them all over the close. I have been scouring the internet for advice but can't find anything for this issue as yet I am about to s
  6. Hey guys. So I got my first ever PCN today, through the post. 1 Date of the infringement 24/06/2018 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 28/06/2018 3 Date received 30/06/2018 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up your appeal] No Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up 7 Who is the parking company?ParkingEye 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Lid
  7. For PNC's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement 20/3/2018 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 24/03/2018 3 Date received 27/03/2018 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Unsure as I no longer have the rear of the NTK 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up your appeal] No 7 Who is the parking company? ParkingEye 8. Where exac
  8. Just received a letter saying I owe £70 for a parking charge notice from the 30/11/17. It says if I pay within 14 days it will be reduced to £40.00. I parked on an Aldi carpark for 1hour and 49minutes, (17:58-19:46) apparently I should of only parked there for 1hour and 30 mins. The thing is I was with my family watching the towns fireworks for the light switch on and this is the best view while still being able to stay warm. The 2 pictures on the letter are completely blacked out and just show my numberplate front and back I have no idea how or where they were taken
  9. I was recently shopping for sofas with my family and went to a number of sofa shops all closely located along one street. I didn't realise at the time but the car park for the first shop was exclusively theirs and enforced by ANPR parking restrictions. The limit was 1h 30 and we stayed 2h, leaving 15mins before they closed. The car park was almost empty. We did end up buying a sofa but not from the shop we parked outside. a week or two later and I've received a PCN from ParkingEye wanting £70, £40 if paid within 2 weeks. I'm going to complain to the shop and inform t
  10. Hello there, my wife received a letter from ParkingEye Monday 22nd May dated 17th May 2017. This is regarding an outstanding parking charge amount due of £100 from Holiday Inn Guildford with the alleged offence occurring 5th April 2017. My main concern is that my wife did not receive a PCN beforehand. In the letter it states that 29 days have passed from the notice of parking but this is the first correspondence received. I still have the right to appeal but only if there are mitigating circumstances as the initial 28 days to appeal have passed.
  11. Have received in the post today a PCN from Parking Eye for over-staying in a car park at a retail park in Dewsbury. Details as follows: Date of the infringement: 31 August 2016 Date on the NTK: 6 September 2016 Date received: 10 September 2016 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? Yes Is there any photographic evidence of the event? The letter includes 2 time-stamped photos of my car registration plate entering and leaving the car park. Have you appealed? Not yet - wanted to get advice from here first. Have you had a respons
  12. Hi I’ve just received a parking notice as the registered keeper of the car, the letter has two PCN of the car. I am unsure on what to do? I live in Scotland and it is in Scotland the car is registered its states at the bottom As we do not know the driver's name or current postal address, if you were not the driver at the time, you should tell us the name and postal address of the driver and pass this notice to them. I am not given them the name or address of the driver, but I don't want to just ignore either as I don't want the stress of the harassment letters. Can so
  13. Hello all, I have just had a parking charge notice through the door today and I could do with some advice. Details as follows: Date of the infringement - 07/10/16 Date on the NTK - 13/10/16 Date received 10/12/16 - with a covering letter saying they sent it to my DVLA registered address first and got my current address from a credit reference agency. As far as I'm aware all of my details are up to date with DVLA - I've lived at this address almost 2 years, it's the address on my driving license etc... Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of the Pr
  14. I have read the thread Received-a-Court-Claim-From-A-Private-parking-Speculative-invoice-How-To-Deal-With-It-HERE***Updated-Aug-2016 am keen to use the template there as my defence, however my situation is "interesting" so would be keen to hear what you all think I can do/change in that defence template to adjust it to my situation: I received a claim via post from County Court Business Center, whereby Parkingeye are claiming £175 against me for overstaying in a services center (South Mimms). Claim date 10 Oct 2016 and I replied with Admission on 13th Oct. How it
  15. Good afternoon, On 07/10/2016 I parked in the Bradford Forster Square carpark, lost track of time, and overstayed by 37 minutes. On 17/10/16 I received a Parking Charge Notice for £85, payment to be made within 28 days of issue (of notice); discounted to £50 if I pay within 14 days. They have stated the Date Issued as 13/10/2016 in the reference section and 10/11/2016 in the big black box, but that is probably irrelevant. I have entries on my bank statement to prove I went to Costa there, I actually spent all morning there catching up with an old friend, but the entr
  16. Can anyone please offer me advice on the following PCN's I recieved from ParkingEye. My disabled girlfriend incurred both but I am the Keeper 1 Date of the infringement - 26 & 27th August 2 Date on the NTK - 1st Sept 3 Date received - 5th Sept 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? - Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? - Yes 6 Have you appealed? - No 7 Who is the parking company? - ParkingEye For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. - BP
  17. Hello, 1 Date of the infringement - 20/05/2016 2 Date on the NTK - 25/05/2016 3 Date received - 31/05/2016 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? - YES 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? - YES, two photos of my car as I am entering and leaving the car park 6 Have you appealed? No Have you had a response? No 7 Who is the parking company? ParkingEye For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. - YES, they operate under BPA The car park is FREE. The maximum stay i
  18. ParkingEye have made a habit of filing court claims using the wrong defendant address and every day the Prankster sees set-aside claims being heard in the court. A CCJ can stop you moving house, getting a new job or even gettigna new mobile phone and stays on your credit record for up to 6 years. It does not make sense that a Parking company can wreck your life without you even knowing, and without them bothering to spend around £1 to check that your address is correct. Statistically, ParkingEye cancel 65% of cases on appeal and a further 50% are cancelled by POPLA, so
  19. I need some help with a court claim regarding a parking charge from ParkingEye, The acknowledgement of service has been sent on time, Just need to put together a defense, Is there someone can help, I can explain in detail the history of the case
  20. Hiya, I wondered if you could help me please. I have a PCN for £85, and have appealed both to ParkingEye (with a receipt proving I was at the site - rejected) and also to POPLA (rejected) on the basis of mitigating circumstances and inadequate signage. I suppose I expected ParkingEye to reject the appeal, but was surprised at POPLA - they did not take into account or acknowledge that the signage at the car park didn't follow BPA guidance, they just seemed to send me a standard template response (I learned only afterwards that they didn't consider mitigating
  21. Hi all, I'm Johnny. I'm new here I was just about to send off an parking fine appeal, but just wanted to see if I'm in the right or not, because it's a bit sketchy. The facts: -I wanted to go into Ibis car park because I was told it was cheap -Entered Holiday Inn car park accidentally because of confusing road layout -Left Holiday Inn -Entered Ibis, spent around 5-10 mins parking because it was tight and realised that it was actually very expensive -Went back to Holiday Inn, saw that prices were cheaper so I parked -The sign gave a few options of how to pay. One
  22. Ltter today from DRP : Notice of intended court action unpaid parking charge £150.00 They want payment by 23rd March or court proceedings will take place. What is the recommended action to take? I need more information how this "charge" was iniatated.
  23. I received a PCN from ParkingEye for parking at the Welcome Break Warwick (South) services for 4 hours 40 minutes on the 22/05/20015 I received the PCN today, the 12/06/2015 the Parking charge is £100 discountable to £60 payable by the 07/07/2015 I was completely unaware of there being a time limit to parking there, it was dark and i have no idea if there are visible signs or not. I expect there are signs, but were they illuminated I've no way of knowing, it was dark and late i was knackered from driving back from Liverpool after a full days work. Clearly i did park more t
  24. The Pranksters view.... http://parking-prankster.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/parkingeye-shamelessly-dredge-up.html
  25. Hi, I've received a parking charge notice from ParkingEye for staying too long in a car park. I read another thread from someone who had the same letter and also from Scotland. The thread ended in March when he said he would send a letter to them and update if he heard back. Either he didn't hear back, or forgot to update the thread. My questions: Is this charge enforceable in Scotland? could I be taken to court if I do not pay?
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