Back from living abroad, 4 debt collector letters, ParkingEye car parks, Scotland
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Right, so got a few tickets from when I lived in Glasgow, back in 2018 into 2019, I then left (February) to NZ, lived there and then lived in France before arriving home in March, 2020.
2x parking fines for: Morrisons, Parking Eye car park, letter issued by DCBL.
- Both £170 "Notice of Debt Recovery".
1x parking fine for: Premier Inn Glasgow, Parking Eye car park, letter issued by DRP.
- £170, "Notice of intended court action - unpaid charge".
1x CST Law, no information about case, no PCN information,
- £170, "Unpaid Debt - Reminded Notice", it does say: "Instructed by Debt Recovery Plus ("DRP"), as the agent of parkingeye LTD in relation to the above debt". Not sure which letter this refers to, the 2x fines are Morrisons or the 1x at Premier Inn.
This is the only letters I have, potentially binned other ones... I have read the newbies bit, it clearly says "Do not ignore ParkingEye", but it also says to ignore DRP, DCBL and CST. If I did have ParkingEye letters, they probably got binned.
I doubt I can appeal, I could ask the Morrisons Store manager, but ultimately it was a long time ago, so no proof of receipt, or information of how long I over stayed. Same for Premiere Inn, I didn't stay there I know that.
Really not sure where to go with these, or how to appeal if I don't have a good reason to why I overstayed.