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My elderly Dad received a Parking Charge for £90 from a BPA member Private Parking company for allegedly not displaying a valid pay and display ticket in a Retail Shopping Park. Since the letter was sent over a month from the alleged offence he would not have kept the ticket so cannot prove one or the other.

 

He disputed this as he believes he had got a ticket to cover the 2 hours free parking and the photo in the letter is of the rear of the car, however the company say that it was issued correctly but reduced the penalty charge to £50 if he paid within 35 days.

 

Still annoyed about this I looked at various pieces of advice on the web which seem to suggest just ignore them and they will eventually go away.

 

He has now received a letter from a debt recovery service asking for £150.

 

I would appreciate advice please on whether to continue to ignore letters or is there action he should be taking?

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If it were me I would ignore them.

 

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You,ll get lots of scary letters from them, even some in 'Red' ignore all, Except stamped court papers' If you do get papers come back and tell you;ll get all the help you need, or you could try a Soft appeal and ask for a 'POPLA' code, then post here, and the members will help with the hard appeal, Please do not answer request,s from members via PM from those with less than 1000 posts, it has been known for 'some' members to try via PM and then give you the wrong advice :) PPC members etc etc

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It's not a fine - only Police, Local Government and Courts can fine you, it is an unenforceable invoice, generally you can ignore and laugh at their ever more desperate begging letters or, as some PPC's have been issuing stamped court papers in the hope that you won't defend, you can send the dispute debt, prove costs and bog off letter - hover your mouse above the word ignore for details.

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