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Amerv
post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 22:39
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Hi All

I need guidance/ help from you .

I have parked in Chalfont Area where the parking used to be free and recently they have implemented the ANPR monitoring cameras which I am not aware of . Recently , I have taken my friend car and parked there .
I must say I have missed the signs about parking restrictions implemented .

Received the parking ticket for £60.00 for excess time parking - I have used the template from this website for appeal and they have rejected .

Received letter from Gladstone solicitors, done nothing . Now, received Country court claim form. Just logged in and Acknowledged the Claim form .


I have used my friend car and he is receiving letters so far ,now Court claim form with £145.00 !

In my Appeal , ( i have taken my friend's consent and appealed with his name ) I have clearly mentioned that I am not the driver and not able to release the driver details under GDPR ACT

Do you think I have got any defence here . I feel they are ripping me off and at the same time I feel sorry for my friend . I did appealed after looking at this website and now current situation makes me anxious.

Please advise and excuse my grammar typos . I can able to attach all communication I had so far.

Regards

A
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Redivi
post Tue, 17 Sep 2019 - 01:53
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Which parking company ?

Can you post a copy of the original Notice to Keeper ?

Gladstones hasn't seen any of its clients documents and has no idea what this is about
Its claims therefore don't include any details or cause of action

This is the first point of the defence

If the Notice doesn't include information required by the Protection of Freedoms Act, the company cannot recover any payment from your friend as the keeper
That's why we want to see it

If the claim includes any debt collector costs, they can't be recovered from your friend anyway

Bad signs are always a defence point

Your statement about GDPR was garbage
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nosferatu1001
post Tue, 17 Sep 2019 - 08:03
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So you've got
1) A claim form in your friends name
2) You've acknowledged it FOR THEM
3) Yet you are not, actually them!

You cant keep doing this. Your friend will be the person to appear in court, not you.
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Amerv
post Tue, 17 Sep 2019 - 09:05
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QUOTE (Redivi @ Tue, 17 Sep 2019 - 02:53) *
Which parking company ?

Can you post a copy of the original Notice to Keeper ?

Gladstones hasn't seen any of its clients documents and has no idea what this is about
Its claims therefore don't include any details or cause of action

This is the first point of the defence

If the Notice doesn't include information required by the Protection of Freedoms Act, the company cannot recover any payment from your friend as the keeper
That's why we want to see it

If the claim includes any debt collector costs, they can't be recovered from your friend anyway

Bad signs are always a defence point

Your statement about GDPR was garbage


Thanks Redivi

The company is Carflow LTD , Will post the letter this evening .

Regards

Amer
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