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Hey,

 

I know there are plenty of threads about these pests, but i just wanted to share my experience of Excel...

 

I regularly drop my girlfriend of to work, which involves stopping in Forster Square retail park. The car park operates a 2 hour free policy.

 

On one particular day i dropped my gf of at 6:50am as usual and then exited the car park and returned home. I then went about my day - getting fuel at sainsburys and shopping at Asda.

 

I then returned to the car park and visited a shop for a few minutes, before collecting my girlfriend when she finished work just after 1pm.

 

I then received a PCN from excel, stating that i had entered the car park at 8:50am and left at 3:20 pm - a stay of over 6 hours!!

 

I think that it is a massive mistake on their part - the clock on the camera seems to be 2 hours fast!

 

Anyway - im going to see what happens - very little i expect. Fortunately, Sainburys were very helpful in tracking down my receipt proving that i bought fuel (paying by card) at their station on the day in question at 11:19 am (when i was meant to be parked up according to Excel:-|).

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Hey,

 

I know there are plenty of threads about these pests, but i just wanted to share my experience of Excel...

 

I regularly drop my girlfriend of to work, which involves stopping in Forster Square retail park. The car park operates a 2 hour free policy.

 

On one particular day i dropped my gf of at 6:50am as usual and then exited the car park and returned home. I then went about my day - getting fuel at sainsburys and shopping at Asda.

 

I then returned to the car park and visited a shop for a few minutes, before collecting my girlfriend when she finished work just after 1pm.

 

I then received a PCN from excel, stating that i had entered the car park at 8:50am and left at 3:20 pm - a stay of over 6 hours!!

 

I think that it is a massive mistake on their part - the clock on the camera seems to be 2 hours fast!

 

Anyway - im going to see what happens - very little i expect. Fortunately, Sainburys were very helpful in tracking down my receipt proving that i bought fuel (paying by card) at their station on the day in question at 11:19 am (when i was meant to be parked up according to Excel:-|).

 

 

Don't waste a stamp just ignore the letters.

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The person who owns Excel also owns the ANPR company that they use (ANPR International). I believe he was recently shopping for a new yacht. Timing 'mistakes' by PPCs are frequent and we often see Excel in this. Pure co-incidences I am sure.

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