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natasha1989
Old 09-05-2013, 11:37 PM
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hello! I received a parking notice from parking eye and ignored it but now iv been sent a claim form exactly the same as the parking eye claim form on the sticky. Is it safe to ignore this one too? Iv ignored pcn's before but never had this letter...its from north Hampton county court and asks me to fill in forms concerning my outgoings and spenditure!
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:52 PM
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hello! I received a parking notice from parking eye and ignored it but now iv been sent a claim form exactly the same as the parking eye claim form on the sticky. Is it safe to ignore this one too? Iv ignored pcn's before but never had this letter...its from north Hampton county court and asks me to fill in forms concerning my outgoings and spenditure!

spenditure??!!!!!

Anyway as you've read on the sticky thread, NO YOU DO NOT IGNORE IT.

Read the sticky thread.
Ticket in a private car park in England/Wales?... DON'T PAY IT BUT DO NOT IGNORE IT- the advice changed in 2012/13!

CLICK on '>Parking Tickets, Fines & Parking>' end of the small blue 'Home>Forums>' link, top of the page, to see current threads.
Do NOT read older advice to ignore, unless it was in Scotland or NI.
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Old 10-05-2013, 6:55 AM
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its from north Hampton county court and asks me to fill in forms concerning my outgoings and spenditure!
If it's a genuine claim form from Northampton (call them to verify that it is), then you MUST NOT ignore it. If you do, you will get a default judgement against you, and it'll cost you dear.

There are a lot of PE cases ongoing at the moment. Head over to pepipoo.com and create a thread there. One of the regulars will likely pick it up. Also search around there for such PE court claims. Beware of anyone with a low post count messaging you, it could be a PE spy.

Don't post too many details on either forum about the circumstances. PE monitor the forums, and if they identify your case, will attempt to use anything you say against you.
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