i'm not surprised...
instead of him getting Chinese whispers via 2nd hand advice from someone that appears not to be understanding even the most basic of principles , like its not a fine, even after this being explained several times it cant be....
why dont you get him to come here and READ the advice given in the posts here from post 1 for himself please?
several people have taken the time and trouble to carefully explain things regarding him possibly entering into some mythical contract by parking on someone's private land where someone else claims the first someone has given them permission to sc@m people out of money.
This is taken from the FCA register. Still lapsed status. There is no mention on the CLI web site that they are authorised in the UK to conduct debt collection activities. They are registered to a European debt collection body.
They simply appear to offer a service of providing template letters, with any debts being paid directly to the clients who believe they are owed a debt. CLI cannot actually do much themselves. as has already been mentioned.
Credit Limits International Limited
Interim Permissions Reference Number:
FS Register Status Effective Date:
Interim Permission End Date:
Firm Reference Number:
Principal Place of Business Address:
1st Floor 14 Shunters Close
Kent ME13 8GF
Registered Office Address:
7 Church Road Oare
Kent ME13 0QA
I agree with you, but it seems a bit hit or miss when it comes to claiming in case of a loss as this post shows: https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/415377-parcel2go-hermes-lost-parcel-small-claims-procedure/
If it was certain I would win a claim in case of loss/damage, I wouldn't ever pay extra for "insurance".
After shopping at ASDA when I returned to my car in the car park (operated by MET), which was parked in the bay marked for electric vehicles I saw PCN attached to my car's windscreen and it was regarding electric bay abuse. My car is not an electric car but is this PCN fair?
Just what to ensure i submit correctly
1 The Claimant's claim was issued on (insert date). Question is this the date the loan was taken out
2 The Defendant contends that the Claimant's claim so issued is a claim in contract and is statute barred pursuant to the provisions of section 5 of the limitation act 1980.
If, which is denied, the claimant contends that the Defendant is in breach of the alleged contract, in excess of 6 years have elapsed since the date on which any cause of action for breach accrued for the benefit of the Claimant.
3 The Claimant's claim to be entitled to payment of £521.50 or any other sum, or relief of any kind is denied.