Coupon-mad wrote: »
Perfect, that timeline works and makes you much more informed for POPLA. It also gives you weeks of wriggle room if OPS refuse to provide the machine data of your VRN/near miss VRN first time, you'd be pinging back an email to demand it then complaining to Steve Clark at the BPA...and still with time for POPLA!
Not if you appealed straight away, you'd run out of POPLA time.
Bear in mind the BPA said a 'minor keypad error' should NOT be enforced, so that's why you need to see a 'near miss' VRN and are entitled to it as it's clearly the only near match for your car.
familyguy321 wrote: »
3. Day 26: submit appeal via email to OPS
Do you have a link or proof of where BPA have said this?
Redx wrote: »
only do this IF they allow an appeal by email
the paperwork from them should tell you what format of appeal they accepts, some only allow online submissions on their website for example, or by post , not by email
so only appeal by email if they allow appeals by email
the SAR request is normally emailed direct to the DPO at the company in qiestion
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