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What would you like to know about this please? Have they confirmed receipt of your payment?
Yes, he should check if it has been cashed. Have you spoken with the parking company about the payment? They can be quite bullish if payment is not received
Can you confirm the name of the company please?
They are not a nice lot to deal with, if you still intend on paying, then cancel the first cheque and re-issue another one to put an end to it.
Their details are:
P4Parking UK – 0845(###) ###-####/p>
TNC collections – 0844(###) ###-####/p>
Or make payment via any method they provide on their letter, whether it is online or on the phone.
Do not be intimidated by their threats, doorstep debt collection agents don't have any special legal powers that allow them to repossess goods. Their role is to try and work out a payment agreement so they can recover the money owed, they are not bailiffs or an enforcement agent so in one sense if one did show up and you are intending on paying, you can just give them the £60. Only if they issued proceedings against you and won, would you have to pay all the fees they are asking for, but if they issued then you simply defend the matter as the fees are excessive and a good defence means you would not have to pay.
Is there anything I can clarify for you regarding this?
You really should just pay what is owed, that is, whatever amount the cost was for breach of contract for the parking charge, so £60 seems more that reasonable. So it is advisable to wait to see if they call you back tomorrow so you can pay and put this behind you.
Also, please note, as stated, this is not a live chat so there may be delays in responding although I will try and respond as quickly as possible.
Were there any further questions you had?
My pleasure. Please return to the site if any more assistance is needed. Kind regards, John.