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Letter/email to contact the DVLA to see who has been requesting and/or accessing your data Registered Owner

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The following is a template letter/email for contacting the DVLA to see who has been requesting and/or accessing your data as the Registered Keeper of a vehicle.

 

This should be emailed to the DVLA at... DVLAdatarequests @ dvla.gsi.gov.uk (without the spaces) or DVLA no longer use gsi email addresses and this needs to be updated

Posted to DVLA at the following address..

 

Release of Information

Paying Enquiries Section

DVLA

Swansea

SA99 1AJ

 

Despite the impression given by the above address, you do not need to enclose a fee.

 

 

 

Dear DVLA.

 

Vehicle Index: XXXX XXX

VIN: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

And for verification. V5C Document ref: XXXXXXXX

 

Keeper Details.

 

Your name and address exactly as shown on the V5C

 

 

Please supply me with details of which companies and/or individuals have accessed keeper information for my vehicle between XX/XX/XXXX and XX/XX/XXXX.

 

Please supply the following.

 

For EDI requests.

 

1. The company that requested the data. (For each access.)

2. The specific purpose for which that data was requested. (For each access.)

3. The date of the request to the DVLA. (For each access.)

4. The date that the data was released by the DVLA. (For each access.)

 

And if this was a manual request.

 

All of the above plus a copy of the V888, V888/2 or V888/3. (For each manual access.)

 

 

I believe that certain companies, ie Private Parking Companies and/or others claiming to act on their behalf may have accessed my data without reasonable cause, thereby breaching the KADOE contract, thus I have reasonable grounds to believe that my data has been used and/or released inappropriately.

 

Therefore, this is not a FOI request, it is not a breach of the Data Protection Act to release the data and is not a Subject access request so does not require a fee to be paid.

 

I simply require you to address the specific points above so please do not reply with a standard response of any kind.

 

 

I await your reply.

 

Regards

 

Name as shown on V5C

Recorded Keeper.


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