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    • Very good finds indeed which help to undermine their case.. And to strengthen your case take a look  look at a thread by Tom Price also at Southend airport which is several threads below yours and you will see that he won his case on the fact that he was stopped rather than parked. On top of that he had the Airports Act  1986 to quote. The relevant section is no 63 " Byelaws are covered at S.63  (2)Any such byelaws may, in particular, include byelaws— (d)for regulating vehicular traffic anywhere within the airport, except on roads within the airport to which the road traffic enactments apply, and in particular (with that exception) for imposing speed limits on vehicles within the airport and for restricting or regulating the parking of vehicles or their use for any purpose or in any manner specified in the byelaws;" That confirms that the roads at the airport are either covered by the Road Traffic Act or Byelaws neither of which is relevant land therefore  PoFA cannot apply. And  VCS should be aware of that. Another thing is that when you posted their WS you didn't include their contract which I missed at the time. However Tom Price included it in his. And guess what-the  alleged offence they are pursuing you for, No Stopping, is not included in their contract. If you look at the end of their Service Agreement [aka contract] you will a list of contravention on Scedule 1 [7] (46) PARKING/WAITING ON A ROADWAY WHERE STOPPING IS PROHIBITTED That is the nearest to what you did. But you were not parking nor waiting -you were stopped so there was no reason to issue you with a PCN as you never broke any of their contraventions. Looks like they breached your GDPR and you should include that as it carries a hefty charge £750 is not unheard of.   Have a read of his WS too which may give you further ideas even possibly to rebut some of the points VCS  make.
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I had a payday loan from Kabayan Finance since 2012 but the record that they gave me was only from 2014 and I cannot access anymore my bank statement year 2012 and 2013.

 

I keep renewing it right after I paid them

I did complain to them but they said that the loan that was granted was affordable and they had done the checks and submitted my bank statement.

 

My bank statement was always overdrawn and I know the bank statement was only to confirm if my wages comes in this bank on the said date so they can deduct it.

 

Please I need some advise and if I want to take my complain to the ombudsman.

 

Thanks

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well from one bank statement, they would not be able to adjudge affordability , however their main source of info would have been your credit file at the time.

 

if that was littered with other loans, late payments and defaults, then it would strengthen your IRL? claim

 

dx

 

 

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Completely Legit I see...

 

NEVER...

EVER...

APPLY...

FOR...

A...

PAYDAY...

LOAN...

 

From a company that has a mobile number for a contact number on their website... 

Aside of my rant - How much was for the loan for? 

How much do you have to pay back?

Did it rollover? 

 

We could do with some help from you.

 

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SUMMARY OF YOUR PREVIOUS LOANS WITH KABAYAN FINANCE Loan # Loan ID  Principal  Interest Term  Date Taken  Date Repaid  Remarks  
1 190319 £700.00 £350.00 6 08/08/2014 06/02/2015   
2 191987 £400.00 £200.00 6 07/02/2015 26/08/2015   
3 195080 £700.00 £350.00 6 02/09/2015 26/02/2016   
4 197052 £800.00 £400.00 6 27/02/2016 26/08/2016   
5 198835 £500.00 £175.00 3 27/08/2016 28/11/2016   
6 199862 £800.00 £400.00 6 29/11/2016 15/06/2017   
7 201375 £800.00 £400.00 6 06/07/2017 15/01/2018   
8 205004 £1,000.00 £38.36 6 29/01/2018 12/02/2018 Withdrawn 
Significant Break in Lending 
9 208217 £1,000.00 £500.00 6 24/07/2018 07/01/2019   
Significant Break in Lending 
10 217286 £1,000.00 £500.00 6 29/08/2019 12/02/2020   
11 220762 £700.00 £350.00 6 19/02/2020 07/09/2020    

 

They did not include when i started taking loan from them from 2012

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