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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    I'm sure you can look forward to more hamster bedding xx
    LOL I think you may be right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    Zenith = DRP = Parking Collection Services from what I can make out ... ALL the same outfit, just different desks
    https://bmpa.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/ar...th-Collections
    That letter claims membership with both BPA & IPC.
    I can't see DRP on the IPC database.
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    Hi @mystery1
    I have an update for you on this case/issue. I have received a number of letters from DRP over the months, all asking for payment with the payment increasing and also suggesting court action although it only seems a theat. Today I have received a letter from Zenith Collections. I have looked into it and they seem to be the same company. Have you come across them? They are now reducing the amount back to the original of £59.99 rather than the £159.99 they were demanding. They are saying if payment not received they will pass to their legal dept.
    I assume they are using the Zenith name to confuse and worry me.
    My plan is to ignore again.. Have you come across Zenith? Have you actually seen any of these go to court? As I said they look like theyre the same company but using a different name to worry me :-)I have attached the 2 recent letters for your info
    Yeah they get around. Blah blah blah.

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    Hi @mystery1
    This one is still on going. Today I received a letter from a solicitor asking for payment and talking about county court judgements. Can you please give me your views, experience and suggestions on this please?

    Should I now pay to avoid a court judgement?
    Has anyone come across such a letter from Gladstones?
    What do you think? Thanks
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    Any views on this latest letter please people?

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    Same as before really. Whilst they have done 7 court cases now the odds are against one are still in your favour. The higher the amount you are being asked to pay the less it is worth it to settle as your risk of losing more than they are asking in court dwindles.

    If you are thinking of paying then i'd be looking at £60 or so.

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    Many thanks, I will take the same approach then and see how serious it gets. I assume if it goes to court I will get notice & then a final chance to settle?

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    I would suggest that the letter is actually from DRP using Gladstones headed paper. Why else would you be instructed to pay DRP? DRP have no authority to instruct Gladstones direct.

    Wait for a letter before claim.

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    Agree, its does sound odd. The letter doesn't really say much...thanks

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