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    UKCPS and winning in court
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    • 12th Oct 10, 12:25 PM
    UKCPS and winning in court 12th Oct 10 at 12:25 PM
    There seems to be alot of court cases on forums happening with UKCPS. As far I can can say there has been no proof of a court case given. Most posters are new to the site they are posting on.

    They can be dismissed as TROLLS.

    Should a case ever go to court in the unlikelyhood that it does, you will receive a solid defence from at least 3 forums, any private parking company that has chanced their arm and come up against a solid defence has lost. The others that they have won has gone down as gaining a win by default(no defence filed - as papers didnt turn up) or it was a setup to try and gain a precident.

    It is still safe to ignore these invoices.

    Please take a minute to look at these posts and how they are trolls.

    Google UKCPS

    Posts under consumer action group

    And also Pepipoo.

    I all have learnt is from others on many sites.
    Seek legal help if unsure.
    Dont pay Private Parking tickets - they are mere invoices.

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