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Private parking fines UKCPS Ltd

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  • trisontana
    trisontana Posts: 9,472 Forumite
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    twincabs wrote: »
    UKCPS letters 1 & 2 are just coming up asthe homepage for photobucket when I hit the link. The new recently added letter 3 opens up OK.
    Am I doing anything wrong??

    I guess you'll be up to date with the letters, but would be good to check for myself.

    No you aren't doing anything wrong. Hence my remarks about some of the links being broken.
    What part of "A whop bop-a-lu a whop bam boo" don't you understand?
  • twincabs
    twincabs Posts: 12 Forumite
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    Hi - just when I thought it had all gone quiet...........

    Received a letter from a company called Court Proceedings Limited London requesting payment of £120 for the UKCPS ticket before the cost goes up to "a typical breakdown of costs following court action" of around £325.00

    Signed by M Harper (Debt recovery Manager)

    Familiar to anyone?
  • trisontana
    trisontana Posts: 9,472 Forumite
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    twincabs wrote: »
    Hi - just when I thought it had all gone quiet...........

    Received a letter from a company called Court Proceedings Limited London requesting payment of £120 for the UKCPS ticket before the cost goes up to "a typical breakdown of costs following court action" of around £325.00

    Signed by M Harper (Debt recovery Manager)

    Familiar to anyone?

    Yes, well known on here. Note the name and the "scales of justice" logo. Anyone would think they are trying to fool people into thinking this is an official document. Just keep ignoring these clowns.
    What part of "A whop bop-a-lu a whop bam boo" don't you understand?
  • Coupon-mad
    Coupon-mad Posts: 131,184 Forumite
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    edited 26 October 2016 at 7:33PM
    EDITED FOR NEW READERS (2016)


    DO NOT EVEN CONTINUE READING - THIS IS A 2011/2014 THREAD - IT IS OUT OF DATE IN ADVICE.



    More importantly if you have a UKCPS new PCN now, they are banned from getting DVLA data so do not appeal and no letters can be sent (at the time of writing this at the end of 2016).



    DO NOT REPLY HERE, GO TO PAGE ONE AND READ THE NEWBIES THREAD AND IF YOU STILL HAVE QUESTIONS YOU WILL THEN BE ON PAGE ONE AND CAN START A NEW THREAD

    This thread is ancient - use the forum jump on the right and read the current advice instead!


    YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!
    PRIVATE 'PCN'? DON'T PAY BUT DON'T IGNORE IT (except N.Ireland).
    CLICK at the top of this/any page where it says:
    Forum Home»Motoring»Parking Tickets Fines & Parking - read the NEWBIES THREAD
  • esmerobbo
    esmerobbo Posts: 4,979 Forumite
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    Court Proceedings are UKCPS collecting their own debts, or they are acting illegally as they have no CCA! Their London office is a letter box in a mail drop!


    Licence Number:0638653 Licence Status:Withdrawn on 08/03/2011
    Current Applicant / Licensee:
    Business Name Company Registration Number
    COURT PROCEEDINGS LIMITED 7254393
  • boydE
    boydE Posts: 376 Forumite
    my mother who is disabled parked in a disabled spot, forgot to put her badge on the window and they find her £40, she paid it instantly, i did try telling her not too, this was in asda car park, if i see the bloke in the car park he will be having a few choice words off me, told asda but they didnt want to know.
    sorry to hijak your thread ....:D
  • trisontana
    trisontana Posts: 9,472 Forumite
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    boydE wrote: »
    my mother who is disabled parked in a disabled spot, forgot to put her badge on the window and they find her £40, she paid it instantly, i did try telling her not too, this was in asda car park, if i see the bloke in the car park he will be having a few choice words off me, told asda but they didnt want to know.
    sorry to hijak your thread ....:D

    And, of course it was never a "fine" it was an unenforceable invoice.
    What part of "A whop bop-a-lu a whop bam boo" don't you understand?
  • esmerobbo
    esmerobbo Posts: 4,979 Forumite
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    boydE wrote: »
    my mother who is disabled parked in a disabled spot, forgot to put her badge on the window and they find her £40, she paid it instantly, i did try telling her not too, this was in asda car park, if i see the bloke in the car park he will be having a few choice words off me, told asda but they didnt want to know.
    sorry to hijak your thread ....:D

    Sorry to hear your Mum paid these loathsome maggots. UKCPS concentrate on disabled bays as they think it carries more clout, and they have climbed into bed with DUK a disabled motorist charity. Who deem it OK to penalise disabled people like your Mum who make a simple mistake.

    Did you speak to customer services in the Asda or their head office? I would be making a compliant to head office telling them you are never going to use their shop again because of this!
    Tell them you are going to make a complaint under The Equality Act 2010 for not making suitable adjustment for you mums disability! You never know you may get £40 of vouchers off them!
    Or the best scenario they tell UKCPS to repay your Mum.
  • Coupon-mad
    Coupon-mad Posts: 131,184 Forumite
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    edited 26 October 2016 at 7:33PM
    esmerobbo wrote: »
    Tell them you are going to make a complaint under The Equality Act 2010 for not making suitable adjustment for you mums disability! You never know you may get £40 of vouchers off them!
    Or the best scenario they tell UKCPS to repay your Mum.


    Seconded.

    Complain in writing to Asda Head Office Customer Services citing the Equality Act 2010. They have discriminated against a disabled person IMHO as the Blue Badge scheme does not apply on private land but UKCPS pretend it does on their signs.

    They only do this to catch more people and to make it easier for them to 'police' disabled bays - well I am sorry but disabled bays on private land are for disabled people who qualify under the law - not just disabled people displaying a Blue Badge. She qualifies, she can use that space and must not be harassed and fleeced of her pension. :mad:


    EDITED FOR NEW READERS (2016)


    DO NOT EVEN CONTINUE READING - THIS IS A 2011/2014 THREAD - IT IS OUT OF DATE IN ADVICE.



    More importantly if you have a UKCPS new PCN now, they are banned from getting DVLA data so do not appeal and no letters can be sent (at the time of writing this at the end of 2016).



    DO NOT REPLY HERE, GO TO PAGE ONE AND READ THE NEWBIES THREAD AND IF YOU STILL HAVE QUESTIONS YOU WILL THEN BE ON PAGE ONE AND CAN START A NEW THREAD

    This thread is ancient - use the forum jump on the right and read the current advice instead!


    YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!
    PRIVATE 'PCN'? DON'T PAY BUT DON'T IGNORE IT (except N.Ireland).
    CLICK at the top of this/any page where it says:
    Forum Home»Motoring»Parking Tickets Fines & Parking - read the NEWBIES THREAD
  • boydE
    boydE Posts: 376 Forumite
    esmerobbo wrote: »
    Sorry to hear your Mum paid these loathsome maggots. UKCPS concentrate on disabled bays as they think it carries more clout, and they have climbed into bed with DUK a disabled motorist charity. Who deem it OK to penalise disabled people like your Mum who make a simple mistake.

    Did you speak to customer services in the Asda or their head office? I would be making a compliant to head office telling them you are never going to use their shop again because of this!
    Tell them you are going to make a complaint under The Equality Act 2010 for not making suitable adjustment for you mums disability! You never know you may get £40 of vouchers off them!
    Or the best scenario they tell UKCPS to repay your Mum.
    My mother just wants to leave it. i did try customer services but they said it has nothing to do with them.
    what gets me is the road tax is disability..
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