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ECP ANPR PCN - faulty machine - part reg recorded on ticket -Stafford - Sheridan Centre Car Park* Resolved Appeal accepted*

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Hi

 

My daughter has just contacted me regarding a parking charge she has received for parking on a pay and display car park owned by euro car parks.

 

It is the type of machine that requests the registration number is entered and printed on the ticket but whilst paying the machine spat out a ticket when they had only entered one digit from their registration number.

 

They still have the ticket and can prove that they did not overstay and that they paid for parking,

it was only 30 minutes they paid for so ticket sharing would be highly unlikely anyway.

 

These people have still sent a demand for £60, rising to £100 if they do not pay within 14 days.

I have suggested they appeal and tell them if they want to take the matter to court they are more than welcome because they have the proof that they paid and there is CCTV all over the car park so I cannot see any judge in the land ruling against her.

 

Has anyone else had any similar experiences with this company?

 

I cannot answer the questions as requested for this type of parking as the PCN is at my daughters house.

If it will help I will ask her to log in and post them though.

 

Thanks guys.

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yes please

and complete this

 

there are lots of wrong reg type threads here already which covers the samething.

 

NO DO NOT APPEAL..

 

await the letter of claim IF one ever comes.

 

dx

 

 


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For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture]

 

please answer the following questions.

 

1 Date of the infringement      05/09/2019

 

2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]     12/09/2019

 

3 Date received     14/09/2019

 

4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?]      Yes

 

5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event?     Number plate photographs

 

6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal]     Yes as mentioned above. I do not have details of this.

Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up     No (Only sent appeal today)

 

7 Who is the parking company?     Euro Car Parks

 

8. Where exactly [carpark name and town]     Stafford - Sheridan Centre Car Park

 

Car Park entry time recorded as 12:46:17, exit time recorded as 13:06:04

 

Too late I think, They sent the appeal through an online form.

 

All information to the best of my knowledge is in the post above.

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Appealing is not a good idea quite often, as you don't want to identify the driver, and doing so in an appeal makes things difficult later on.


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Well it's too late now anyway. I don't see how there could be any issues because they paid the parking, can prove they paid the parking, the machine was faulty so I don't see how any judge could award in ECP favour if they had the nerve to take it that far

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It's not the end of the world to have appealed,  it just makes it a bit more complicated. The guys will know what to do. 

 

HB


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To be perfectly honest I am thinking my daughter should just wait it out now and see what happens anyway. 

 

I don't believe ECP have a leg to stand on with this. The parking charge is excessive for a 20 minute stay, the required parking fee was paid, we have proof the payment was made with both a ticket and CCTV from the car park.

 

Surely they are just relying on ignorance in the hope that maybe 2 or 3 people in 10 will just pay up out of fear??

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Yes,  that's what they do, you're right. 

 

If you haven't already it's worth reading a few ECP threads. 

 

HB

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more like 99% will they think DCA's are bailiffs!!!.....mugs!

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the appeal will be rejected but we are keen to know why they reject as it can be used against them later

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Hey guys. Can anyone give me any links to cases similar to this when the company has backed down or lost their claim?

My daughter has just messaged me panicking about having to pay the full amount if she loses and wants to just pay the reduced amount. I'm so certain that she will win, I've told her I'll pay anything over the reduced amount because I know she won't lose this but I want to ease her mind a bit.

 

Thanks.

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don't forget our custom google search too.

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Posted (edited)

Got a reply to the appeal. The decided to cancel the PCN "On this occasion" 😂

 

See attached PDF

 

 

2378488_ASIVPV001_[9].pdf

 

Thanks for all the help guys. As always this forum is awesome

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Great stuff, can mark it resolved then.


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Well done on your victory!

 

Given that PPCs very, very rarely (to put it mildly) accept appeals - I wonder why they have done so this time.

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Perhaps they realised that as no consequential loss, to claim for a loss in court might upset their MO.


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they clearly didnt want to have to pay to take it further.

very wise of them

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