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    • Thank you so much for the replies already!   Just to add to the original post , I no longer live at the address that they've send the letter to (have changed my address with DvLa) not sure if it makes a difference    For a windscreen ticket  1 The date of infringement? 11th February 2017   2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? Yes. I dont have any evidence of it as it was from 3 years ago. I sent photos of the car park and my parking ticket . I still have the paid parking ticket    has there been a response? No.      have you received a Notice To Keeper? (NTK) [must be received by you between 29-56 days] I can't recall this. But I believe I may have    When I received debt collectors letters , I then sent the offer to pay letters and the PDA   5 Who is the parking company? One parking solution    6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? Vantage point , brighton  08-13-2020-11.24.33.pdf offer to pay - pcn.pdf pda.pdf
    • ok, bit more info i should have stated. The claim was started within the 6 years stat limitation. the hearing was after 6 years had expired and so was the strike out. It is now 8 years past default notice, and i have not heard anything since strike out for 1.5 years. surely another claim for the same terminated account is timebarred, even if they change the amount to a lesser amount.   the issue is the oc bank has written to me stating i am due a refund of wrongly taken charges and interest FROM 2011 and have applied the refund to the os balance, which is with the purchaser company who was struck out. The oc say they have informed the purchaser of the revised balance, which means the claim against me by the purchaser was for the wrong balance. surely this does not mean thy could use this balance for a new claim 8 years later? this smells like a trick.
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    • Very interesting thanks BF It's paid via Amex credit card (whole amount) Value was just short of £2600 and the original value would be circa £3600.  This included a number of "offers" which is why apparently Sales cannot re-quote me because they no longer exist this month and this was a 3 years on-site warranty for the price of 2   One thing to note, the consumer rights act would be great - does this work even if I purchased it as a consumer but from their business range which initially lists it online as VAT free and the 5550 only comes up under "work" not "home" on their website where the "consumer" version would be the XPS 9500 and Work would be Precision 5550.   If I am still covered, I think your previous response about the 6 months covers my question.
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Hi

 

I sold a motorbike recently on ebay, which I stated had been off road for five years. The bike went straight through its mot.

Now the person who bought it is claiming that it broke down on the way home (he bought it without test driving it first). Now he wants money towards the cost of repair, not too sure where I stand legally with this or what I should tell him. Needless to say I'm not keen on paying anything to him :?

 

Terry


Ex Abbey Staff....

 

Abbey 15/4/06 SAR. microfiche argument, filled for breach DPA. defence rec'd

LBA sent claiming £3180 estimated

 

Capital One - Full refund

 

MBNA Letter sent requesting money back 1st July

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Are you a private seller or a dealer? If a private seller you have no obligation whatsoever towards the buyer. You stated the bike had been off the road for 5 years. Even if had been used daily for 5 years, as a private seller it is very much 'buyer beware'.

 

Whether it broke down or not is irrelevant. As long as it was your own bike and you are a private seller, you do not need to do anything. Although i would simply reply with something along the lines of:

 

Dear XXX

 

Sorry to hear of your problems with the bike, but it was a private sale and I did make it very clear that the bike had been off the road for a number of years. The fact that it passed an MoT simply means that it was roadworthy, not reliable. I hope you can get things sorted quickly and economically, but I am not responsible for those costs.

 

regards

 

Mr J Bloogs.

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Thanks for the reply. It was a private sale, so will ping off that email to him tonight

 

Terry


Ex Abbey Staff....

 

Abbey 15/4/06 SAR. microfiche argument, filled for breach DPA. defence rec'd

LBA sent claiming £3180 estimated

 

Capital One - Full refund

 

MBNA Letter sent requesting money back 1st July

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You may feel it worthwhile to make at least an offer towards the repair, but you are not under any obligation to do so - it just seems a reasonable compromise. I was in a similar situation, with a scooter I sold that was in daily use and worked fine. I med the purchaser at the airport (having ridden 40 miles fault-free) he paid and rode off. Three hours later he phones to say there were warnnig lights everywhere and the bike was mis-firming, and he could only limp home. I refunded him £50, but explained I was not paing for any repairs as I was not offering a warranty.

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