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My wife parked her car in a shopping centre,and her car was clamped by Newlyn,and she was told that your car has been caught in 5th avenue Newham,in 2009,we have changed our house but couldnt get address changed in time though we had redirect service through post office for three months,no letter came through,now suddenly this happened ,newlyn people said that Newham Council asked them to do so,and if we wont pay in rt now ,car will be towed and will be auctioned ,and you have to pay all the charges,si we had no choice and paid £600 ,straight away,and then my car was released.

I will call newham council,but if anyone can help me out how to proceed to get my money back.

ref number they have given starts XN,I think i need to know what offence I have done,when was it done ,do they have any picture to show me the offence.please guide me .

Newlyn-should i contact Newlyn as well~?

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Hello and Welcome, zafar.

 

I'll move this thread to the appropriate Forum.

 

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This sounds like a private co to me. I doubt if it has anything to do with the council. Were there any signs saying clamping is in operation?

 

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Well perhaps the OP can clarify. The way I read it was the OP had been clamped for some infringement of using the car park! However, having read it again, that seems to make more sense.

 

Surely they would need permission to clamp on a private car park?

 

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Thread moved to Bailiff Forum, sorry should have done that the first time.

 
 

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Here's something similar, see the answer Tomtubby has posted in Post No 2

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?282666-Council-and-Bailiff-procedures-in-Parking-Fines...

 

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Hi, zafar.

 

Your thread was origionally in the Welcome Forum, I've moved it to the Bailiff Forum, please continue to post on this thread.

 

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