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Hi All,

 

I am hoping someone can help me or provide some advice on what i need to do:

 

I live in Birmingham City Centre and have received a number of Parking Tickets from Premier Parking Logistics-

these notices are usually issued during the night time.

 

 

Upon advice from blogs etc i have ignored these Parking Ticket due to them being unregistered with the appropriate parking authorities and a certain Mr W*lton W*lkins being the owner or previous owner of the company.

 

I have racked up about 4-5 of these notices and now they have passed this to a company called DCBL (debt recovery company)

 

 

they have written to me at an address where i no longer live

- they also spelt my name incorrectly.

 

 

They have somehow obtained my address and written to me advising i owe them £160.

£100 for the Parking Ticket and £60 admin fee.

On the back of the letter conveniently hidden it says

"This case is not subject to High Court or Bailiff Action"

 

firstly yes i have written to the DVLA to request who they have given my information to and i have not acknowledged any of these letters or contacted DCBL or Premier Parking.

 

Has anyone else had any issues with Premier Parking & a Debt Recovery Company and if so how was it resolved?

 

I appreciate any advise or help!

 

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can you please check where they use the word fine?


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can you please check where they use the word fine?

 

 

they have said Parking Ticket

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then why did you use the word fine 3 times

its not a fine they cant fine you

its a speculative invoice.

 

 

I've reworded your 1st post

 

 

can you fill this out please

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?462118-Have-you-received-a-Parking-Ticket


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Have you identified yourself as the driver? (If not, don't!)

 

If they have written to you as the Registered Keeper of the vehicle, then the bits about POFA in the sticky that asks the questions will become even more relevant ......

(As the aim is to show why "keeper liability" hasn't been created, and if they don't know who the driver was they can be advised to 'jog on'.)

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as they have passed it on to DBCL,

who are acting as debt collectors and nothing else

so they have no authority to claim admin fees,

unicorn food tax or skycastle rent

 

 

the chances are they arent going to take the matter further

or they may well find themselves in troible with the ICO and DVLA should you kick up a fuss in the right manner.

 

My advice is to continue ignoring as long as you have a method of ensuring your post is redirected to your current addres.

 

 

Did you inform the DVLA of the change of address in good time?

If any of these tickets were acquired after you moved

but the parking co still sent their demand to the old address

that is another reason for complaining

 

 

but for the moment let them run out of steam and then consider htting them back afterwards.

Tell us about the events, the wheres, whens, signage, letters received etc if you want precise advice

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