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Hi everyone, a friend had a ticket for 12 minutes over from parking Eye on above DW car park, letter sent to DW but no reply. Now received a Letter Before County Claim saying pay up £100 within 14 days, now on day 11 as friend did nothing with it grr. Anyone else had similar or any advice please? Thanks
Hi, I too have a situation with xercise4less for less I could do with some help on... Myself and my wife joined the gym back in 2012 on a special £9.99 a month 12 month membership. I registered my membership over the phone as the gym in wigan hadn't even opened yet therefore signed no contracts or received any cancellation terms and conditions Myself and my wife moved home in summer of 2015 and had since used the gym maybe once after moving. In November 2016 I rang to cancel our memberships and was told it would be dealt with I then cancelled my DD. On 24/11/16 we both received a txt stating our "account" was in default and needed settling otherwise it would be passed to third party debt collectors. My wife then rang the branch to sort it out. She spoke to the branch manager the first time who said he would email head office and sort it for us and contact my wife the next day. The next day he didn't contact my wife so she rang him back on each day for 3 consecutive days to be told he was busy and would ring her back each time. The fourth day I rang to speak to him and was told he was on annual leave which I didn't find amusing in the slightest. On the 2/12/16 we both got a 2nd txt stating the same message as the first, to this date we have received nothing in writing from the gym asking for money apart from these txts. My wife then spoke to customer services, gym's front desk, the woman at head office called Natalie was very rude and abrupt with my wife and just basically didn't care about our situation so she got nowhere. We then emailed what we thought was head office to find that our email must of been forwarded to Wigan branch for then to deal with as it was wigan who replied to my email they requested £90 over the phone to settle both accounts to which I refused and was told the debt would be passed on. I then emailed greg Scott the wigan branch manager stating the I had "spoken to a solicitor" and that they wanted... > a copy of our signed application agreements > a copy of the cancellation terms and conditions that was sent to us back dated to when we joined > and an official request of any debts owed as any requested have only been made by txt and without any value This email was sent on 12/1/17. To this date I have had no response however through the door today arrived a letter each for us from cos stating that we owe £207.47 each. Please help as we are due to remortgage our home shortly and don't want this to affect our credit rating. Thank you in advance.
I parked in town this afternoon behind some shops. The shops parking is operated by ANPR Ltd. However, there are about 10 bays which are operated by Wigan MBC and require a council parking permit W5. This permit is required 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday. So, on a Sunday there is no requirement to display the W5 Permit. While parked in this bay, directly under the Council Sign, I have been given a parking ticket from ANPR Ltd for the sum of £100 (£50 if paid within 14 days). I have taken photos, which I have attached to this thread for clarity. There was another car at the side of me, this too has been issued with the same ticket. Where do I stand? Can I appeal this, and will I be successful. I parked here on a Sunday to go to the £1 shop. So a £50 fine is a kick to the you-know-whats which I can't afford. Especially not when I believe I was not in the wrong. Please help. Picture of the cars in the bays. My car is the Mondeo. [ATTACH=CONFIG]49823[/ATTACH] Closer shot showing my car infront of the WMBC Sign. [ATTACH=CONFIG]49825[/ATTACH] Wigan MBC Parking Sign clearly showing times and days of enforcement. [ATTACH=CONFIG]49824[/ATTACH]