I'm not certain of the point you're trying to clarify, could you elaborate
At the time I received the ticket I did not know that the location code was incorrect, hence the reason I lodged an informal representation
I have been to the site where I received the PCN since,
I now know that the correct ring go code is 1652 as per the LBOH correspondence
LBOH has not provided photographic evidence to support the use of an incorrect Ring go code hence my question
Let me ask a question in return - do you know what Ring Go is?
The physical location identified on the PCN was correct
However this is not the point of my question. I paid for the parking ticket using the Ring Go service. I used the location code of 1625. As per the original text I was under the impression that I had a valid ticket. When LBOH responded to the informal challenge they advised that the correct location code of the Ring Go Service for that particular location was 1652.
Hence it appears that I have Transposed the "2" and "5"
My question relates to the lack of photographic evidence on the LBOH website supporting this apparent error I have made, as I have only been able to confirm the response from LBOH by revisiting the physical site at a later date.
Hence does this lack of photographic evidence displaying the Ring Go location code represent a technical breach of some sort as I can produce a receipt from the Ring Go service that covers the time frame involved
Sorry this is getting a bit frustrating - to answer your question - Yes
Can you please clarify if you're a UK based professional and answer my previous question about Ring Go
I take that answer as a NO then to my other questions
Thanks for you help