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dcbl - notice of enforcement re New Generation Parking charge notice

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Hi Guys hoping you can help me in some way. Ive returned home today from a week away and had 2 letters from dcbl

 

one is a notice of debt assignment

saying I have an overdue amount for £180.00 due to new generation parking management

and has now been assigned to dcbl certificated bailiffs & high court enforcement to recover.

 

the second is a notice of enforcement saying I now owe £340.00

and if I dont pay or agree a payment arrangement by the 7th November 2015

they will visit and charge me an additional £265.00.

 

I had completely forgotten about this ticket, at the time I had it I was advised by family and friends to just ignore it.

 

What do I do now, any advice?

 

ticket was dated 29/03/2014 according to enforcement details

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You will need to see if they have managed to gain a CCJ against you

as the above indicates they are trying to enforce a debt as a bailiff.

 

 

If there is no CCJ then they are lying to make a great deal of money

and a complaint to various regulatory bodies are in order.

 

You will need to go to either your credit report or trustonline and pay a small fee

to look yourself up and get the details.

 

The next question is what exactly have you ignored and who from?

 

 

An assignment of debt when it doesnt exist is no problem but what other paperwork have you had??

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Hi and welcome to CAG.

 

What paperwork did you receive after 29/03/14?

Was this a windscreen ticket?

If not, was this an ANPR ticket

 

Has there been a court case regarding this matter?

 

If yes, did you get the court claim?

 

Can you post up the paperwork received so far minus personal details, account numbers barcodes?

 

When you post, click 'go advanced' and then you will see the paperclip. You can upload from there. Please ensure they are in pdf format

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I parked in Asda, Cardiff Bay in a disabled space on a match day.

I literally ran in to put my lottery on.

 

I received a letter in the post from NGP which had a photo of the front of my car taken by a camera

to show no badge displayed saying I had to pay £100.

 

I had a few letters from them further to that and a letter from a solicitor telling me to pay

but have received no letters from court.

 

Can the bailiffs come if it hasnt been to court?

 

I live with my parents so im a bit worried.

 

No nothing left on my car, a letter in the post.

 

I cant upload anything at the moment and I didnt keep any of the letters from them, I was advised to just bin and forget about it.

Ive heard nothing from them for months and now this.

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First of all, I suggest you check your credit file and trust online to ensure they haven't slipped a CCJ in by the back door.

http://www.trustonline.org.uk/

 

If there is nothing then it is all bluff and bluster however, if they have got one, you would need to set the judgement aside.


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belle, if you want to upload documents, click on the word upload in your post or mine, and you'll see instructions on what to do.

 

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Even the figures dcbl are quoting are wrong.

 

The 'debt' cannot go from 180 to 340 as if they are acting as bailiffs, there are fixed fees, not the amounts they are claiming.


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I suspect that the bailiff co are acting as debt collectors and are adding fees they are not entitled to in that capacity.

 

 

Go to the bailiff section of the debt forum and drop a line to bailiffadvice

and see what he says about the matter.

 

 

it could get them off your backs in no time at all never to reappear.

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Hi

Ive just went on trust online and I have no CCJ's recorded against me

 

England and Wales Orders & Judgments

NOTHING REGISTERED

England and Wales High Court Judgments

NOTHING REGISTERED

England and Wales Fine Defaults

NOTHING REGISTERED

England and Wales Tribunal Awards

NOTHING REGISTERED

Scotland Ordinary Causes Summary and Small Claim Decrees

NOTHING REGISTERED

Republic of Ireland Registered Court Judgments

NOTHING REGISTERED

Northern Ireland Judgments

NOTHING REGISTERED

Northern Ireland High Court Judgments

NOTHING REGISTERED

Jersey Judgments

 

the only paper work ive had is reminders about the parking fine from NGP and a letter from solicitor - think is was Roxburge or something like that and then nothing at all til these letters from the bailiffs.

 

i was advised to post here from the parking enforcement thread.

 

I received a parking notice from NGP in March last year and had a few letters from them following this up and one letter from a solicitor and then nothing for months until now

 

Ive just come home from a week away to two letters from dcbl - one is a notice of debt assignment and the other is a notice of enforcement.

 

Ive checked trust online on the advice of the forum and I have no ccjs.

 

The original debt was £100, it is now £340.00 and it says if I dont contact them by 7th November 2015 I can be charged a further £265.00.

 

Is this legal? Any advice on what I should do please

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This is being discussed on this thread.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?454878-Notice-of-enforcement-from-dcbl-regarding-ngp-parking-ticket

 

We don't want to merge it as yet as we are not 100% sure that the bailiffs here are legit.

 

Edit. Private Parking Ticket. New Generation Parking.


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bet they are not legal

 

and I suspect the letter does not say they are bailiffs at all

it will be there DCA wing.?

 

pretty safe to continue to ignore if so

 

can you up load the letters

so we can have a laugh please

 

follow the upload

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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give me a few minutes, i have no scanner atm so trying to take a decent picture with my phone

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just 2 things more to check

 

are you the registered keeper

or are they are the same address under a diff name

as the CCJ might be against them.

 

and DCBL do have a DCA wing too.

 

not just the HCEO's you see on TV.

 

dx

 

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Yes the car is registered to me.

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opps

they should not be sending those out

as they are acting as debt collectors here and not bailiffs

wrong letterhead to use

 

 

Phillips used to do this on a regular basis and got well carpeted for it.

dx

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Absolutely magic.

 

You have enough ammo here to make a complaint direct to the MOJ.

 

They can only be acting as a Debt Collectors as there is no CCJ in place against you.

 

Next and only if there was a CCJ and only if it were over £600 and only if it had been transferred up to the High Court for enforcement could they act.

 

As the sum would be considerably less than £600 then if a CCJ had been gained it would have to be enforced by the County Court Bailiff anyway.

 

They are so out of it that they do indeed need to have a complaint made against them at the highest level

& as the Authorised HCEO has also to take responsibility then a complaint needs to made against her as well.

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assigment notice

 

Wow thank you guys and gals for your help. you've put my mind at rest at least. I had visions of them terrifying my mother! :oops:(ive seen them on channel 5)

 

so I now need to put in a complaint, any help with wording it or should i just send them copies of what ive received?

 

thanks again for your replies your all amazing:-)

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I'm going to have a word with someone who is a dab hand at doing complaints but need to contact her first.


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The debts being enforced are PRIVATE parking tickets and it goes without saying that I have serious concerns as to why this company are using a 'copy' of a statutory notice and worst still, why they consider that they can charge a fee of £240 !!!

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and mascaraed as bailiffs....reminds me of Phillips bailiffs years ago....

 

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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I am shocked at these documents. I notice as well that if payment is not made by the designated time that a 'third stage fee' of £240 will be added.

 

As a matter of urgency, these notices need to be brought to the attention of the Ministry of Justice and the British Parking Association. Before doing so, I would suggest that you contact DCBL by email tomorrow with a list of enquiries. I can put a draft letter together for you by the morning.

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in a post above BA

 

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Claire Sandbrook aka sherforce/shergroup is touting herself out as an absentee HCEO to this mab.

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Thank you, I would really appreciate help with a letter :)

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