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BPPM ANPR PCN - failed to pay - part reg only - even though I paid??!!

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come on , this is not your first thread regarding parking problems on this forum so please make yourslef more aware of what to expect and what we expect from you to enable us to help you.

 

We wnat to see the entrance to the land from the public highway along with any sigsn that are visible as you turn in. We want to see any signs in the car park that are different and we want to see any sign associated with the ticket machine.

 

Now the machine asks you to enter full reg but doesnt actually say you will be punished if you dont so they have to rely on other signs with the machine if they want this to be a contractual term that costs you money if you ignore it.

 

 

 

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so sign 1 not a  contract but an "invitation to treat" and that means you dont have to accept the other contractual terms on the other signs. read up on this. there are persuasive cases you can quote on this

 

Tariff board makes no mention af paying more than £4 in big writing so it can be argued that even if the signs create a contract ( the payment  does, not these signs) then the lettering of the £100 charge should have the same prominence as the other main points.

many a claim has been chucked out due to inadequate or misleading signage and to my mind this is inadequate.

 

so we need to see what the machine says (or signs attached or ajacent to it) that wil be the actual contract)

 

Now this car park used to be managed by aonther IPC member so try and do some looking back at old threads and use the local paper online facilities to see if you can dig up some bad press on  whoever they were as you can bet that any new co will have terms that are more onerous forced upon them to be allowed to be there.

 

Also Ashley Kelley also runs 2 other parking cos with remarkably similar names so you will need to see the contract between the parking co and the landlord to see if it is actually the right entity sueing you.

 

that means you need to ask the DVLA who has accessed your keeper detaisl and why. there is the address in a stikky in this forum, you write as emails get rejected.

 

If for example if it was bank park Ltd who did the deed you have them for breach of the GDPR and you can ask for more money than they can ever make form parking. They are in trouble at the bank so even the threat of a claim may well cause Barclays to recover anything they can before it disappears.

 

star being as heartless as they are

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Thanks I’ll read up tonight.


An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last. <br />

Winston Churchill

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Received a request for payment of £160 from a company called ZZPS, inclusive of a £60 administration charge.

 

The reason incorectly states - failure to pay for parking. 

 

This is reason to claim compensation for distress and embarrassment under the GDPR.

 

 


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no, dca's are allowed to write to you using info they are given and the bar for distress/harassment is very high.

Stick to the matter at hand

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They are not allowed to process inaccurate data though. I’ve submitted a complaint by email pointing this out.

 

I'm just going to ignore. 

 


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it isnt their data, it is their clients so you will get nowhere complaining . they arent obeying the law in other more serious areas so they arent going to take any notice of a complaint about data prtection

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It’s my personal data that the client has shared with the third party. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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so what do you expect them to do then?

If you are going to spend all your time and energy arguing  an incorrect point then you may well miss out when the next real problem crops up.

 You cant go after a solicitor for doing what their client tells thena dn the same is true for a dca, if their client has the wrong personal data then you go aftrethem, the dca is untouchable on this point

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I have informed both parties that the data is inaccurate - it’s all I can do at the moment. 

 

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Winston Churchill

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