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Our company car park is now being run by a private cark parking company.

 

We have been given parking permits by the building's landlord, however a colleague has been "fined" today becuase his permit had been moved out of view by someone else.

 

We believe the fine isn't enforceable but wanted confirmation that he wont get bad debt/mark on his credit rating if he doesnt pay.

 

Can anyone confirm this please?


Please sign this petition - Asking for the government to drop the length of time credit ref agencies can hold data on us!!

 

http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/CreditRA/

 

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quite correct

 

their's is no debt at all

 

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The only way it could ever impact on a credit rating would be in a situation where a private parking company succeeded in obtaining a CCJ in England or wales or a Decree in Scotland, even then the award would then need to remain unpaid following the court judgement before it could be recorded on a credit file. The way these companies word it in their begging letters is extremely misleading to say the least.

 

If we were to believe the statements made in their junkmail , nobody would be able to defend an action for fear of being penalised, which of course is absolute nonsense.

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