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    • SN3D
    • By SN3D 28th Jun 17, 10:12 PM
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    Minster Baywatch Parking Charge
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    • 28th Jun 17, 10:12 PM
    Minster Baywatch Parking Charge 28th Jun 17 at 10:12 PM
    Hi all

    I received this PCN from Minster Baywatch 2 days ago and it reads as follows:

    The letter states.......

    We have recently written to you regarding charge ref 123456789. We note that despite our attempts to encourage you to satisfy the notice, both at the lower amount of 60 which was valid for 14 days of the date of the aforementioned letter and then the higher amount of 100 which was valid for a further 14 days, giving you 28days in which to satisfy the notice, no payment has been received and no arrangement to pay has been agreed.
    (As in my original post we never received the first 2 letters they state were sent)

    As such this notice has now been passed to our internal collections team, this has resulted in an additional charge of 55 being applied bringing the total liability on this notice to 155.00

    You need to pay the amount of 155, no later than 19.12.16. You can do this via our website minsterbaywatch or by phoning our team on tel number 01904 612277 who will be able to discuss available payment options with you.

    In accordance with schedule 4 of the protection of Freedoms Act 2012, you are liable for this charge as such if you have not agreed a payment schedule with us by 19.12.16 we will not be able to prevent further action being taken against you.

    Please be aware if payment is not received by the aforementioned date the charge will be passed to an external debt collection or our solicitors to recover any amount outstanding.

    This is the ONLY letter I have received from MB despite their claims they have tried to contact me before.

    After reading the newbies section FAQ I sent them the template appeal letter via email the very next day.

    This morning I received this reply:

    Good Morning,

    Thank you for your recent correspondence.

    However, please be aware that the deadline to appeal the charge has passed. Driverís are afforded 28 days to appeal from the date when the NTK is issued. We are therefore not processing this submission as an appeal.

    Kind Regards,


    Minster Baywatch Team

    I would appreciate any advice as to what I should do next as I'm stressing about paying it. I really don't want any CCJ's .

    Many thanks
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    • trefoiled
    • By trefoiled 22nd Dec 17, 4:26 PM
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    Ticket with the same company
    Hi there,
    apologies to jump on this thread, but I'm not sure where I stand with a ticket with the same company.

    I received a letter on the 11th of December charging me £60 for parking in a private car park in York on the 2nd of November, it contained several photographs of my car.
    Basically, I was loading on a narrow road and pulled into a two space car bay to avoid blocking the road. I did not notice any signs at the time and as I was in and out I saw no problem, I didn't notice anyone around and no ticket was applied to my car so I assumed all to be fine.

    Do I have any grounds to appeal as I was loading? I have been back to the bay and the sign is very clear but why wasn't a ticket applied to my car. Any help would be much appreciated!
    • pogofish
    • By pogofish 22nd Dec 17, 5:27 PM
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    Hi there,
    apologies to jump on this thread, but I'm not sure where I stand with a ticket with the same company.
    Originally posted by trefoiled
    You clearly agreed to the forum policy on spamming/bumping/hijacking threads as part of your signup, so you already know that this isn't the place and as you now have your own thread in the right place, attracting good advice, editing-out/deleting your post here would be best.
    Last edited by pogofish; 22-12-2017 at 5:29 PM.
    • Raks990
    • By Raks990 6th Jan 18, 3:16 PM
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    SN3D what happend to your claim ??
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