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Going after a PPC for falsely obtaining keeper details


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So a bit of general advice wanted. There is a rash of letters and an article in my local paper about a certain PPC sending NTKs to people who have purchased tickets and entered VRMs.

As far as I am aware, none has got to the stage of court action, but my question is this: Can someone go after a PPC for the suggested £250 damages for obtaining keeper details from DVLA before having a claim issued against them?

And is there such a thing as a class action in civil courts in England?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

PS Also think a concerted campaign in the paper to boycott the retailer who has appointed this PPC might be helpful

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It would be very helpful if you could link to the paper in question and also tell us more details about the retailer and the PPC

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It's our old friends at Civil Enforcement Ltd, who have recently been installed at the Swan Lane car park in Evesham, Worcs. The car park is most closely associated with Just4Pets, but it's also close to the Co-op, and many of the victims of this [problem] appear to have used the latter. I understand there is some sort of voucher refund scheme in place, but I haven't used it myself, so can't comment.

The newspaper that is reporting this and publishing letters over the past three weeks or so is the Evesham Journal.

 

 

Hope this helps.

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Yes f curse you can. The act of obtaining the keeper record is enough to warrant this bt generally people dont know about it until well after the event and hammering the parking bandits is proof that the wrong was done. If it wasnt a wrong they would have won wouldnt they?

As for Just4 pets, do they have a social media presence? If so let them know via twitter and facebook exactly what you think of their bedfellows and why they should be ashamed to be associated with them.

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