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UKPC / ZZPS advice needed for parking fine on private land during restricted times

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  • patient_dream
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    It has been over 1 month since my last letter (from QDR Solicitors).  Anyone with experience of this process know if there are any timescales for court action etc as I am wondering if this means they have perhaps (1) given up, or (2) it takes time for a court case to be scheduled?
    For starters, QDR cannot be instructed by ZZPS as their silly letter states.  Only UKPC can instruct not a silly debt collector like ZZPS, commonly known as the OSNER SCAM
    (A BPA INVENTION)

    No doubt UKPC are using QDR just to scare you because UKPC normally use DCBL.

    It will probably end up in the hands of DCBL and if so, you can start to enjoy the stupidity that goes on ... but no fear, follow what is being said here. If UKPC do transfer to DCBL YOU CAN EXPECT THIS

    DCB LEGAL RECORD OF PRIVATE PARKING COURT CLAIM DISCONTINUATIONS

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/6377263/dcb-legal-record-of-private-parking-court-claim-discontinuations/p1
  • Bullit_2600
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    edited 13 July 2023 at 7:31AM
    ew letter received in the post today, this time from dcb legal and requesting a response (payment or reply form) within 30 days - thanks letter now updated. Doh!  
  • B789
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    Wait until about the 28th day of the date on that LoC and send them a 30 hold request for debt advice so that we should know the outcome of the DLUHC report. You will then also have time to format a good rebuttal to the LoC demanding they provide clarity on their claim and provide evidence as required by PAP.

    if the claim eventually appears, you defend robustly using the template defence and eventually laugh at their discontinuation.
  • Castle
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    You have left your VRM showing on the letter.
  • patient_dream
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    As castle says..... redact your VRM ASAP

    And take note of what B789 has said, he knows what he is saying

    Reply to DCBL on day 28 of their letter and by law they must give you a further 30 days before they can take action

    But hey this is DCBL taking on total crap UKPC cases. 

    DCBL like to waste their time and money on rubbish cases. 

    Don't take our word for it, DCBL explain it themselves in plain english on this thread

    DCB LEGAL RECORD OF PRIVATE PARKING COURT CLAIM DISCONTINUATIONS

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/comment/80029392#Comment_80029392

    See how these crazzies operate and how you will probably be the next in their discontinuations.   A very sad SRA approved company, indeed a very sad SRA
  • On Saturday we received a Claim Form, 'In the Civil National Business Centre' with an issue date of Sep 14.
    Looks like if we disagree, which we are, then we have 14 days to send the completed acknowledgement of service form or a defence form.

    I thought if this went to court and we lost then we just paid the fine but as the attached phot shows in the 'Registration of Judgements' section, it suggests this will also affect our credit rating which I was not expecting. 
     
     
  • patient_dream
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    edited 18 September 2023 at 8:15AM
    KeithP will be along shortly to advise on the claim

    It is rather misleading and clearly you are misled

    The simple fact is that if it goes to court and you lost, the judge will direct you to pay in xxx days. As long as you do that there is NO CCJ and NO impact on your credit rating

    But, this is DCBL taking on yet another UKPC rubbish claim. Doubt it will actually end up in court, if it did and you won, you can claim your costs.

    This now is a game you play with DCBL AND you must follow through as if this will end up in court with all the help from this forum   ..... ENJOY and wait for the now famous copy and paste letters that will follow closer to the time.

    One assumes that as usual, DCBL has added a fake amount and that a Yasmin Mia signed a statement of truth .... for a scam / fake amount

  • B789
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    Please note in your PoC if there is mention of the actual terms you are alleged to have breached. I will bet that Ysmin Mia has signed the statement of truth without actually making any mention of the actual breach.

    In which case, besides the fact that we know that these are just fishing expeditions for the bottom-dwelling DCB Legal and their equally pernicious clients and they will almost certainly discontinue before it ever gets to court, they have also failed a very recent appeal ruling because they have failed to comply with Civil Procedure Rule 16.4 and the Practice Direction to Part 16.

    @Coupon-madwill be updating the template defence soon as the ruling is persuasive on the court. However, it is worth reading the appeal judgment as it will hopefully be another nail in the coffin of these scammers.

    https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/xy54utt9djv55xitfp7lk/CEL-appeal-transcript.pdf?rlkey=304syf9czf5arl3i1u1ircjln&dl=0
  • Coupon-mad
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    edited 18 September 2023 at 12:55PM
    I thought if this went to court and we lost then we just paid the fine but as the attached phot shows in the 'Registration of Judgements' section, it suggests this will also affect our credit rating which I was not expecting. 
    No it doesn't.  If you lose (unlikely) you just pay £200 odd or whatever the Judge decides (likely LESS than the claim because it's exaggerated).  Do that immediately and there is no CCJ left at all, not even a trace.

    We do NOT risk people's credit ratings here.
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  • @B789 and @patient_dream you are both correct, it is signed by the claimant who is Yasmin Pia
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