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End wanted to ParkingEye ticket

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Parking Tickets, Fines & Parking
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  • StromaStroma Forumite
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    You should have sent with proof of postage only, the reason is that it's presumed delivered for service after 2 working days. Check the Royal Mail website to see if this has been signed for in a few days, if it hasn't send it again by getting proof of postage only.
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    DRCUK wrote: »
    Many thanks da_rule & Coupon-mad, Letter sent to PE recorded delivery, ill get back with their responce once it arrives.

    Hopefully they'll sign for it. If not then you may have wasted a few quid. Normal mail is acceptable (with a free proof of postage). This is because there is a statutory assumption that an item is deemed as received if posted, unless it can be proved otherwise. By rejecting 'sign for' or 'recorded' items PPC's can prove that the item hasn't been delivered.
  • DRCUKDRCUK Forumite
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    So here's an update to make you all laugh, whilst I cry....
    PE did sign for my 'without prejudice' letter and £80 was agreed which I promptly paid thinking thank god that's over....now comes the major kick in the man parts! After using PEs automated payment line I received a letter through the post off Bolton County Court...

    They had ordered the case to be stayed and stated that POPLA must be used to solve the dispute!

    Whilst I felt a little warm with my short lived minor victory of not paying £160, it soon faded once reading the courts letter....gutted, if only I had delayed handing over the settlement money by a day!

    On a positive note, dose this mean if others in the Bolton area are in a similar situation then it is worth taking to court where you can get PE ordered to use POPLA. Has Bolton County Court got fed up with PE time wasting cases?!
  • DRCUKDRCUK Forumite
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    Big thanks to forum members for their time and helpful advice, especially da_rule and Coupon-mad, I can now focus on my wedding and house buying :)
  • nigelbbnigelbb Forumite
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    You should still proceed with the POPLA appeal as directed by the court. When you win PE will be ordered to repay the £80.
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    edited 20 April 2014 at 12:52PM
    Thanks nigelbb, was searching for other Threads where this has been achieved.

    DRCUK - please do this, regardless of now feeling set free.

    It's a bit more cut and paste, with personal tweaks and encourages others who then see it can be done.

    Then you can enjoy that £80 back in the wedding and house purchase funds.
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  • StromaStroma Forumite
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    nigelbb wrote: »
    You should still proceed with the POPLA appeal as directed by the court. When you win PE will be ordered to repay the £80.

    I think the only way to do that is to ask parking eye for the £80 back and ask for a popla code. The reason is because popla will reject if they are informed that a payment has been made. I doubt that parking eye will do anything.
    When posting a parking issue on MSE do not reveal any information that may enable PPCs to identify you. They DO monitor the forum.
    We don't need the following to help you.
    Name, Address, PCN Number, Exact Date Of Incident, Date On Invoice, Reg Number, Vehicle Picture, The Time You Entered & Left Car Park, Or The Amount of Time You Overstayed.
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  • Nodding_DonkeyNodding_Donkey Forumite
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    Can they reject it if a court has ordered it?
  • StromaStroma Forumite
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    Can they reject it if a court has ordered it?

    But they haven't ordered Popla to do anything, if Parking Eye says its been paid they won't do anything with the appeal to them. As for Parking Eye they just think that court and judges can be simply ignored, we can tell that by their contemptuous way they handle a claim to begin with.
    When posting a parking issue on MSE do not reveal any information that may enable PPCs to identify you. They DO monitor the forum.
    We don't need the following to help you.
    Name, Address, PCN Number, Exact Date Of Incident, Date On Invoice, Reg Number, Vehicle Picture, The Time You Entered & Left Car Park, Or The Amount of Time You Overstayed.
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  • edited 20 April 2014 at 4:08PM
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    edited 20 April 2014 at 4:08PM
    I would write to the Court immediately and accept the Order and ask that they add that if you win at POPLA any amount paid so far, is refunded. Send a copy to PE as well, stating that the Court has ordered POPLA must take place and so the amount of £80 should be frozen or returned to you along with a POPLA code. They can consider your defence wording as your first appeal.

    The Court has more clout than anything else, try it immediately. Get your foot in the door before PE discontinue the claim. Surely the date of the Court Order pre-dates that payment so the money should be returned? I have linked this thread for a few other regulars to see on a round robin email. I think we need a few opinions, as it would be a shame to let the Court Order for POPLA go to waste.

    DRCUK, could you send me a copy of the court order letter and/or tell me the claim number, court, date of order, Judge (so we can cite it for other newbies). No need for your name, I can call you Mr X when sharing the details of the Court decision.
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