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Ignore or not?, Time to try to settle this
southpaw82
post Thu, 30 May 2013 - 21:18
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Right, I'm getting a bit tired of the ignore/don't ignore argument breaking out in advice threads. So, thrash it out here. This thread will remain a sticky until I'm happy we've come to some sort of consensus.
Please don't have the argument in advice threads. If necessary point new OPs to this thread to make up their own minds.


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ostell
post Wed, 14 Mar 2018 - 17:15
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You have to appeal to the parking company first and when they reject then they give you a number to allow you to appeal to POPLA. That's if they are in the BPA. If it's a IPC ticket then forget about appealing to the IAS.

Suggest you post details in the forum so you can get help.

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MatchlessG80
post Thu, 31 May 2018 - 22:50
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Does GDPR add another nuance to the ignore vs dispute debate? I have two cases on the go at the moment, both with IAS operators, so I have denied and disputed both stating that they are 'not appeals'. It seems to me that after this stage - when it all goes silent and gets a tad boring - is it worth sending subject access requests to all parties currently involved (PPC, Debt Collectors etc)? It can only add to their costs. Also given the state of preparedness of some of the parking companies for GDPR it could potentially cost them an awful lot more if they turn out not to be compliant. Can anyone see any disadvantages to slapping in such data requests in these circumstances? I can only see an upside - it costs them money, it could cost them big time and you get to see all the info they have (or don't have) should it get to a court claim. I guess there will be timing issues - probably best to leave as long as possible so they can dig their own hole a bit deeper. Happy to be dissuaded if there is a downside ....
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Kelevra
post Mon, 28 Jan 2019 - 19:21
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QUOTE (MatchlessG80 @ Thu, 31 May 2018 - 22:50) *
Does GDPR add another nuance to the ignore vs dispute debate? I have two cases on the go at the moment, both with IAS operators, so I have denied and disputed both stating that they are 'not appeals'. It seems to me that after this stage - when it all goes silent and gets a tad boring - is it worth sending subject access requests to all parties currently involved (PPC, Debt Collectors etc)? It can only add to their costs. Also given the state of preparedness of some of the parking companies for GDPR it could potentially cost them an awful lot more if they turn out not to be compliant. Can anyone see any disadvantages to slapping in such data requests in these circumstances? I can only see an upside - it costs them money, it could cost them big time and you get to see all the info they have (or don't have) should it get to a court claim. I guess there will be timing issues - probably best to leave as long as possible so they can dig their own hole a bit deeper. Happy to be dissuaded if there is a downside ....


I would certainly like someone with some regulatory knowledge to respond to this if they could, as me and my colleague were discussing it today. Doesn't the introduction of GDPR affect all sorts of things when it comes to ignoring or not? Especially given that there is such a strong emphasis on companies being able to demonstrate and suitably justify their use and handling of data, and with you there asking them at every step to tell them what they are up to, it certainly cant make things easier?
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