they will draft the consent order if they agree.
can't see the point in DVLA sar pers.
p'haps one to OBS but hats about it IMHO.
priority is to get ahold of DCB legal.
this could save you £255.
is your wife currently employed still?
Thanks Dx , FTM Dave, Andyorch and brassnecked for your input.
As my car was scrapped while living at the same address as the PCN, do I still need to get an SAR from the DVLA?
I have tried calling dcb(L) several times and it just goes to answerphone due to lockdown.
I have been onto their website which asks you to leave your name, phone number, email address and a brief description, for them to call you back.
Wasn't sure what to say in the description, or whether to give them my number and email.
Would you suggest asking if they will consent that way?
Or do I need to get a consent order properly drafted by a solicitor?
I can understand that you mean well (cheers for that and I appreciate it) but really its the kind of upbringing I had where being mean to mean people is highly discouraged as it leaves one struggling to distinguish between good and bad. I have slightly modified the letter as recommended by honeybee13. Please let me know your thoughts guys. Thank you
VCS invoice no: VCS4*****
You clearly are not as simple as you sound. Why would I part ways with my hard earned cash and hand it over to a to a company that has no locus standi here and has fallen into the same trap as OPS v W at Lewes CC 24th April 2020, particularly paras 52-65.
Your prohibitive signs are just that and no offer of a contract. Even if they were a legitimate offer of a contract, they completely ignore the 5-10 minute grace period usually afforded in such cases anyway.
I believe VCS is already in breach of GDPR as it had no legitimate reason to ask for my details. If you want to take me to Court, you’re more than welcome as I will be seeking a full costs recovery through a recovery order. No liability or debt is owed to VCS so please refrain from sending any future letters demanding money.
Finally I'll refer you to the Arkell v Pressdram case and the letter from Private Eye magazine, act on that!