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UKCPM PCN - entered the wrong registration number


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My brother received a notifications of a charge from UKCPM.

 

 

Going back a few months he went on holiday,

during this period he parked for considerably under the time he paid for in a UKCPM car park.

 

 

He wrote to them flatly denying that any "offence" has occurred.

They have now written back informing him that his "appeal" has been turned down.

 

He says this wasn't an appeal.

It was a complete and utter rejection of the notion that there was ever anything to appeal about.

 

This is the enquiry that I am making on his behalf.

 

 

He, being a charitable sort, thinks he may have entered the wrong registration number in their machine.

They say that it was his responsibility to ensure that he enter the correct vehicle registration number in the machine.

Is this true?

 

 

Or does his responsibility begin and end with paying for the amount of time he was parked?

("parking charge" legality notwithstanding)

 

Which he did. Amply.

 

As I was writing this it occurred to me that they will know when he entered the car park,

they will know when he left the car park, as they will have photographic evidence.

They will thusly know how long he was there.

 

 

They will know how much money was accrued on that day, via what numbers,

and it would be a simple matter for them to check if this tallies with my brother's version of events.

 

But- did he have to put the right number in or is this BS on their part?

 

 

Just so as to know on next replying.

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Did he have a PCN and NTK. What were the dates on these?

 

UKCPM always mess up somewhere.

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

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Update: -

 

Brother wrote to manager of hotel telling them what the blighters who managed his parking were up to.

Manager of hotel checked and saw as suspected that a B had appeared somehow before the registration.

Matter was dropped.

 

Why UKCPM couldn't do this themselves huh? Hmmmm....:|

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Because they dont care. Theyre just cowboy clampers using another name. They exist purely to make money from unsuspecting an gullible people. If they allowed an appeal, they wouldnt make any money, and this outfit ALWAYS, without question, messes up on every single ticket they issue.

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they are in it for the money so why would they pass on a chance of screwing someone for a few quid? Now they have been rumbled they have to withdraw or risk losing their client.

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Update: -

 

Brother wrote to manager of hotel telling them what the blighters who managed his parking were up to.

Manager of hotel checked and saw as suspected that a B had appeared somehow before the registration.

Matter was dropped.

 

Why UKCPM couldn't do this themselves huh? Hmmmm....:|

 

You say 'matter was dropped' how? Do you have that in writing? the next contact you could get may be from the PPC trying to scare you into paying with a debt collector letter or even a claim form.

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