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post 21 applies

 

a DCA is NOT A BAILIFF

they have

zero legal powers.

 

dx


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rgats the idea. If you get a letter from a firm of solicitors post that up though, civil procedure has changed and new wording must be used in any letter leading to court action. The response will be of the same nature as previously but we dont want you wasting a stamp by wiritng too soon.

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As post 21

So now we act

 

Await eb


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well it is a half correct PAP letter, it states what si owed but doesnt say how they got to that amount and why it is owed.

Gladdys dotn like to bother themselves with the small stuff like the truth so you wont get a corrected version of this.

 

I would advise responding so there is a paper trail that shows you have acted reasonabley and by the reverse of that they have acted unreasonably when they continue.

so how to respond?

 

Dear Will and John

as you are the parking world's cleverest solicitors you will understand that your clients claim is defective because they didnt offer a contyract to the driver at the time

" the signage says permit holders or pay by phone.

 

This is not a unilateral contarct and has no mention of any monies being due to your client and doesnt carry a list of core terms for the driver to consider, let alone mention any monies being owed for breaching sucj non-existent terms.

 

I blame the idiots at the IPC for giving them such dire advice when they vet all of thei clients signage for allowing such nonsense to be placed around the site when it is just meaningless garbage.

 

As you are the most knowledgeable lawyers in this field I am sure you will tell your cleints the difference between an invitation to treat, a prohibitive sign, compelling signage and a unilateral contract and then recommend to them they stop wasting everyones time on this nonsense and get back to their day job.

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sorted for you EB^^^


PLEASE DONT USE REPLY WITH QUOTE IF THE LAST POST IS THE ONE YOU ARE REPLYING TOO.

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do not be polite but do correct my typos. I have MS and hitting the keys in the right order is impossible

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Hi guys, thanks for this.. I can really be that sarcastic and send that word for word?! :smile:

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oh yes!


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1. Single Premium PPI Q&A Read Here

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3. Reclaim Bank Account, Loan & Credit Card Charges Read Here

4. The CAG Interest Tutorial Read Here

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Like this.....

 

Please tell me you're not winding me up! haha!

 

I googled Gladstones and fully understand the reference to the idiots at IPC. Do you swear this isn't going to make them want to come after me!?

Gladstones Solicitors Redacted.pdf

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No more likely for them to halt action,they know a defended claim is most likely to fail, and the fact you have told them so but they still carry on means they could get a spanking (again) in court.


The bailiff: A 12th Century solution re-branded as Enforcement Agents for the 21st Century to seize and sell debtors goods as before Oh so Dickensian!

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Send it to goth Gladstones and the parking co. they know all they hold is a busted flush but lwet them know that you arent afraid and know they are just a bunch of wazzocks

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They're not giving up these boys....

 

What's next on the menu for me to send to them?

 

Thanks in advance, as always!

gladstones jan 29.pdf

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ignore, they hope that you will say something to drop yourself in it so dont be tempted. It isnt a lba, just a begging letter

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Thanks EB, thought as much as there's not even a threat of any further action in the letter.

 

One more question for you.. we moved house recently and the mail redirection currently runs out at the end of March. Are they likely to send further letters in two months time that might need a response, ie LBA, or would that have arrived instead of this if they were going to try to pursue it further?

 

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the you should write to the parking co and tell them that you ahve moved and that all future correspiondence should be sent to your new address. this doesnt imply that you ower anythiing but you are aware of the keenness of aprking co's to file claims to old addresses to obtain a default judgement

include that in your brief letter so they know that you know their game and wont be tempted to try it

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Much appreciated. I'll write it and post it for you to give the once over if that's ok?

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or resent your letter of post 38 from the new address?


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1. Single Premium PPI Q&A Read Here

2. Reclaim mis-sold PPI Read Here

3. Reclaim Bank Account, Loan & Credit Card Charges Read Here

4. The CAG Interest Tutorial Read Here

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Hi again gents, back sooner than expected as I received this in the post yesterday. 

 

So these boys obviously believe they have a legit claim against me... or rather they hope this will intimidate me in to paying up.

 

What's the course of action from here please chaps?

 

Gemini CCClaim Form.pdf

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Respond to the Claim Form using MCOL, register an account and tick Defend all.  DX and the others will be along soon to give exact details of how to respond.  Do NOT ignore this.

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The bailiff: A 12th Century solution re-branded as Enforcement Agents for the 21st Century to seize and sell debtors goods as before Oh so Dickensian!

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