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Hi there after several advice please I parked to do a job in Plymouth on 10/03/2016 purchased ticket and placed on my dash shut door off I went came back to find ticket on my window and realised my ticket had fallen on the floor.

 

The gentleman who issued ticket was still in car park do asked if he could cancel it told me I would have to appeal and this and they would cancel it no doubt as mistakes happen.

 

I contacted them sent photos of my ticket and explained what happened. But they said I have to pay £70 by 18/04/2016 or £100 by 2/05/2016

 

Do I have to pay this i have a family to look after and I can't afford this sort of fine

 

Any help much appreciated

 

Ashley

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Hello and welcome to CAG.

 

It's quite possible you don't have to pay this. Please wait for the forum guys to see your thread and they will advise. They ask you for some extra information. :)

 

My best, HB

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Where exactly was you parked Ashley ..on private land/car park or main road?

 

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It is not a fine, it is a demand for damages for breach of contract- the contract you entered into when parking there. The major bit of that was to pay the prescribed fee, which you did and the rest of the signage then becomes of lesser importance. I hope you still have the ticket you purchased. Do not lose it

Wait for them to write to you and see what the supposed breach of contract was and then compare that with the signage at the car park then come back and tell us .

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It is not a fine, it is a demand for damages for breach of contract- the contract you entered into when parking there. The major bit of that was to pay the prescribed fee, which you did and the rest of the signage then becomes of lesser importance. I hope you still have the ticket you purchased. Do not lose it

Wait for them to write to you and see what the supposed breach of contract was and then compare that with the signage at the car park then come back and tell us .

 

OK no problem I shall wait for a letter thanks for your help I'm just worried money will keep increasing money I don't have.

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Doesn't matter one jot, it's money you won't be paying because you don't even owe it!

Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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