I parked and walked off the park then retuned back to my car and drove off, all within 21 minutes - parking is free for 1 hour.
A ticket resembling a council penalty envelope had been stuck on my windscreen. It claimed £100 for "driver/passengers observed leaving site".
Company named as UKCPS Ltd.
My email is:***@******.***
Yes, in smaller but visible letters
They have said they are prepared to go to court to get payment
Thanks for this advice.
One last point. If I go to court and lose will this affect my credit rating, even if I pay straight away?
I'm not sure if I can still ask any more questions, but it is regarding the same subjected.
The parking company had sent back to me an original letter I had written to them asking questions about the fine. I wondered if this is standard?
I have tried to rate other answers but it say I must pay extra to do so, is that right?
Well I would rate all the answers today as excellent. Thanks
HiThe parking company that charged me, did so with a ticket placed on my car. On the ticket they had written my car registration number incorrectly, but they had got the model correct. Is this a point I can use?
I am going to send their solicitor a letter. Before I do, could I paste it here to get your opinion?
I thought it was a good idea because I have had some correspondence with the parking company and now they have sent a solicitors letter. So I thought I would reply
Does the court summons mean the case will go to court?
All I've received so far are some demands, which I've rebuked and now a solicitors letter. I was trying to avoid court
Thanks for your helpful advice.