Understood - thought I'd done a thorough enough job, but I'll go back through it with a big black marker and fully redact everything
So question, once I've done that, do I repost the attachments?
Write again, stressing that:
a) you have made a reasonable offer
b) you cannot get “blood from a stone”
c) if they persist with court action you will bring their rejection of your reasonable offer to the attention of the court as the court may take it into account when deciding regarding costs
d) the court might choose to make their client liable for costs and / or set an even lower repayment instalment (as the £25/month you have offered leaves you with nothing left to save for emergencies, the court could set an even lower sum)
Realised I mistyped my move date. I moved 12 months ago and informed DVLA immediately of my new address. This is all done and dusted. My details are up to date and have been for the past year. In addition, I've had mail redirection in place since then, so nothing is sitting at old address.
However - you did get me thinking. I bought this car in March this year - 2 months before this incident. I completed all the transfer paperwork and received the new log. Could it be that ParkingEye were using old data and actually sent their original notices to the previous owner? Just a thought.
I would appreciate some advice if possible.
Daughter was recently returning from Alicante to Leeds Bradford with Ryan Air and her flight was delayed for just over 5 hours.
I accept the weather around Alicante that night was very bad, and many flights delayed, also Ryan Air were very forthcoming with letters confirming the length of the delay advising the passengers this was to assist them with claims via their travel insurers.
I assume from this that Rayan Air will claim the bad weather constitutes exceptional circumstances and they are not liable to pay compensation.
Only thing is during the time my daughter was delayed Ryan Air had other flights returning to the UK which took off on time, in fact my daughter and other passengers were made to vacate the gate where they were waiting to allow one of these flights to board.
Basically, is it worth submitting a compensation claim or would I be wasting everyone’s time?
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!