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    • Thanks D.   This has got me all of a dither   I feel very naive,  I thought common sense would rule the day!  CST LAW.pdf Smart Parking Rejection.pdf POPLA_Rejection.pdf
    • yes I have used a pay as you go card and my bank card. I have to sent them my banks statements to show them?  And when you say "to show them some financial reason " you mean my part-time job salary?  
    • Okay, that will suffice as a letter of rejection – although I don't understand why you have to write pages and pages of everything instead of simply making the point that you need to make. The same with your claim form. It's a great shame that you haven't actually stated your your main cause of action on your claim form which is that you asserted your statutory right to reject and that the dealer breach their statutory duty by not accepting the rejection and refusing to refund. This is a glaring omission and at some point you have to remedy it. If you haven't actually claimed that then you haven't given the dealer an opportunity to defend on that particular point – and of course by not bringing it up now, in principle you are not asking the court to address that point. You should amend the claim. Once you sue on the basis that you have asserted your right to reject and that the dealer refuses to comply, then you have pretty well 100% chance of winning. However, you are not exploiting this because you have not raised this in your particulars of claim. Strictly speaking you should amend the claim and then the dealer should have a further right to put in a defence. Of course I may have missed it in your nine page particulars of claim so please will you confirm that you did not raise the issue of rejection in your claim form.
    • Thanks - I got this off ABTA website   If there are significant changes to the main characteristics of the holiday that mean a significant change to the holiday as whole you are entitled to an offer of an alternative holiday, or a refund of your holiday cost. ABTA cannot determine what is and isn’t a significant change to your particular package holiday, however a general overview of what might be a significant change is below:   a change of resort;  a change of accommodation to that of a lower category and/or price;  a change of flight time or delay of flight of more than 12 hours (in respect of a 14-day duration.  A change of flight time less than 12 hours may still be regarded as a significant change in respect of a lesser duration) or involving a reduction in time spent at the resort which is significant in relation to the length of the holiday;  a change of airport that's inconvenient to you.  If the holiday or trip can’t actually be provided due to closures and limitations, then you have a right to a refund.   On Jet 2 T & C's it does say a change of accommodation is a minor change,   however,  I think that is subjective as what is minor to one person is possible significant to another and to me it is significant that the hotel is closed.   They have not even said what they would offer me so I agree I don't think we should pay any balance until this is at least discussed.   There are only 2 other hotels in Punta Prima which offer all inclusive and both get poorer reviews that the one we booked.   I know this won't make a difference to Jet2, however one of them is also 1.5km from the beach! Our booked accommodation was actually on the beach.   I am so frustrated with Jet 2 and unsure where to turn now.
    • Well you need to show some financial reason for the temp lapse in reasoning..   And it would help to mention and send proof that since the event in January...you have used and purchased your own passes regularly so have learnt from your mistake   I would get this in today Time is tight to court case
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I got a parking ticket at college from a company called "Valley Enforcement LTD", recently changed from "WJ Parking LTD". They are demanding £70 within 7 days or the charge will be increased to £100! This is a ridiculous charge for a student that will at most have a part time job, i don't. How can they expect me to pay this?

 

I remembered watching Watchdog one night and they said you don't actually have to pay tickets from private companies, read a few threads on here and it seems true, just wanted to be certain, so could anybody please enlighten me!

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Hi general opinion is IGNORE, ignore etc.

 

Normally 2 letter from PPC then 2 from DCA(next desk) then 2 from supposed solicitor (Next but one desk)

 

Ignore completely till you get real court papers approx 0.000001% chance of ever getting one.

 

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Unenforceable invoice.

 

It's a [problem].

 

Ignore everything.

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Ok i had sent an appeal that got rejected, does this matter? Could you explain an unenforceable invoice please.

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Ok i had sent an appeal that got rejected, does this matter? Could you explain an unenforceable invoice please.

 

An invoice is a bill for goods or services

 

Unenforceable is something that cannot be forced, in this case it is you that cannot be forced to pay something

 

Put the two together and you have an uneforceable invoice, we would call it a worthless bit of paper, the parking companies like to call them charge notices and hope that you will pay it.

 

It's unenforceable because if they take you to Court they will lose (AND THEY KNOW IT) and you don't have to pay it.

 

It doesn't matter that you sent an appeal, they don't have a genuine appeals process, all that will do is get you a few more letters from them

than you would have got if you hadn't appealed (in a way an appeal kind of builds up their hopes because they think they have got you hooked and you will pay)

 

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All you have done by appealing is to bite their bait. Now they know you were the driver they will pursue you relentlessly for many months. Ignore them totally and they will give up, but expect lots of letters mentioning Debt collectors, Bailiffs (rubbish) and credit files, solicitors and the works. All of which is hogwash.

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Ok i had sent an appeal that got rejected,

:shock:

Appeal rejected, never known that to happen before!!!!


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Just found out they are part of the BPA, does this make any difference?

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Just found out they are part of the BPA, does this make any difference?

 

In the past a PPC that tried it in court had their case dismissed as soon the defendant said the PPC was a BPA member and had not followed the CoP.

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