Could you get pictures of the signage at the entrance and on the site, and post them up as a multipge pdf, I'm sure others her will have some suggestions, and leaving the site is a dodgy one to try to sue on, as what evidence do they have, the attendant filming you leaving?
Hi guys, looking for some advice.
I've recently made the final payment of a finance for goods agreement (36 months), it was for a horse trailer finance that I paid monthly for.
The finance people won't budge on any discount, although I've only tried verbally over the phone.
Obviously I have missed a few payments over the years and I think I defaulted twice on the agreement but on the other hand I've paid a fair whack into this agreement.
The £600 charges consist mainly of £10 Letter charges, Penalty Interest and there is one charge of £300 Search Charge, which I assume is when I defaulted and they instructed a debt collector to gather information/demand payment.
Any help thanks
Thanks, we have already acknowledged and are now trying to write the defence.
The site is managed by a person rather than ANPR so it was a sticker on the windscreen. We used cash and had no receipt and to be honest just assumed it was an error and would all be ok once we called to explain.
Shame you ignored the Letter of Claim, did you send an appeal at all? Best acknowledge the claim on line at MCOL. follow the steps on this sticky
Gladstones POC is usually vague and as ANPR cannot catch a person leaving a site they have dropped themselves in it with GDPR as they would
be following a person with CCTV a no no for ANPR which just logs a car on and off. Do you have a bank statement showing a purchase from an outlet on the site if no reciept, all is not lost even at this stage, others will be along with further advice.