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G24 ANPR PCN - exceeded free parking by 11imns - Appealed - Robin Retail Park, Loire Drive, Wigan, Lancashire WN5 0UH


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It's not really a grand, apocalyptic threat, is it?

"This is a mini-threatening letter, and if you don't pay we'll send you a maxi-threatening letter".

Not really stuff to keep you awake at night 🤣

 

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They can't add up either...

Original dodgy invoice: £100 plus "our cliet's debt recover costs of £70" apparently comes to £160?

Quick, pay it!!! You've got a tenner discount...😆

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Thank you for uploading the new document.

Your next step is to look around the private parking forum for examples of a 'snotty letter' which you will send to G24 and possibly BW Legal, letting them know that you'll be a pain in court if they go that far.

Start in the private parking Successes forum, which has loads of court cases or do a search for 'snotty letter' fo examples.

HB

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The good news is that we have around 500 threads concerning G24.  They have only tried court once and even in that case when the Cagger defended they wet themselves and discontinued.

So HB is spot on, a good snotty letter should see them crawl back under their stone.

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Of course you need to reply to the Letter of Claim.

But you mistake the point of the reply.  They know full well you respected the regulations.  You told them months ago.  But they don't care.  They just want to scare you into paying.

So the reply is aimed at showing them you aren't scared and if they do take you to court you'll give them a hell of a thrashing.

The strategy has worked 499 times out of 500 with G24.

If you do a search with the exact words "Dear Rachael and Sean" loads of previous snotty letters will pop up.

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I must be doing something wrong.....

I've tried a search as suggested and it does return a number of threads, however I can't find and example letter within any of them. Maybe I'm searching in the wrong place?

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use our enhanced google searchbox not the one in the top red banner

snotty letter

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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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Many of the parking companies use their ANPR cameras as the parking period when obviously their times bear little relevance to the actual time that a motorist is parked in a parking spot which is what the parking period should be. You have already told them the problems you had on the day and still they are sticking to their arrival and departure times as the yardstick.  [You have to understand that their lack of intelligence and greed in not understanding the word parking is pretty prevalent among the parking fraternity.].

The new Private parking Code of Practice which should be in force later this year  states quite clearly that the parking period "is not the period between a vehicle being recorded as entering and departing controlled land." So you would question the why chuckle heads in the parkng industry have not devised a method of calculating the real time rather than something that gives them a great advantage over motorists to extract money from them. the clock is ticking.

There are two periods involved. The Consideratio period at the start of parkig where motorists look at eh T&Cs in the car park and are allowed a MINIMUMof five miutes to leave should they not want to accept the terms of the car park. At the end of their parking session motorists are allowed a MINIMUM of ten minutes to exit the car park to take into consideration what happened to you on leaving that day. [Minimum is another word that the chuckleheads also do not understand. though perhaps if we can get the Courts to accept that by not taking into account that they are minimumterms could lead to successful claims for breaching the GDPR of motorists].

It is a shame that in your appeal you revealed that you were the driver because the PCN arrived too late to be able to transfer the charge from the driver to the keeper. Now only the driver is liable and they now know who was driving. But you do have other reasons for not paying including the fact that G24 do not claim to be the Creditor so why should you pay them.

 

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