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23rd December 2016, 10:36:AM #1
Parking Charge Notice - NPE (Norfolk Parking Enforcement)
mystery1. This may be a long shot, and you may not see this on time. Anyway, my fiance is in similar situation with @Rob1710. As the owner of the car, he recently receive a debt collector letter acting on behalf of the creditor (which is the national parking enforcement previously known as Norfolk parking enforcement). It stated in there that he did not pay a parking charge notice and it is worth £160.
The driver did not receive initial ticket. Also, my fiance did not receive the 'Notice to the Keeper' letter.
Information from the debt collector letter have the correct date, however it did not mention the exact time of when the driver was park. The letter claimed that the ticket was issued in early august, but the owner of the car received the debt collector letter on the first week of December.
The location mentioned from the letter was correct. The location according to the driver, was a parking space for budgens.
The driver said it was too dark to see the pay and display sign and the time that the driver park in said location was after 9pm.
The driver and the keeper of the car was surprised to received this letter straight from the debt collector company. I know that the £160 was overpriced considering that owner of the car nor the driver did not received the initial notice. (Also from what you stated from your previous message.)
The debt collector was also using the Beaver case as an example. Having read similar forums, I know that the creditor (NPE) is notorious for sending threatening letters with no proper basis, I therefore suggested to the owner of the car and to the driver to ignore the initial debt collector letter.
As expected, we received a second letter from the debt collector that since the owner of the car did not respond to the initial letter they take it as he is 'agreeing that he is reliable for it', and 'they will advice the creditor that they will take this to court.'
They also add 'if their clients win the creditor may ask the court that the owner of the court will need to pay the solicitor's cost and court fees incurred by the creditor.
I believe that the owner of the car and to the driver should still ignore the initial and second letter from the debt collector company as they are not the law nor the GOD. I know that he is reading forums such as this.
But as it is threatening and as I saw your draft letter for @[COLOR=#3e3e3e]Rob1710, I was thinking to re-draft the letter as suggest it to the owner of the car so he can appeal to NPE. [/COLOR @mystery1 would you be able to help me to re-draft the letter or give some further advice so I could pass it to the owner of the car? Should I still advice the owner of the car to keep ignoring their letters?
Your help would be really appreciated. Happy holidays!mashappy:
23rd December 2016, 13:19:PM #2
Re: Parking Charge Notice - NPE (Norfolk Parking Enforcement)
1. It sounds like you are well out of time to appeal.
2. They no longer are members of the BPA having moved to the IPC.
3. They don't, as yet, do court. http://www.bmpa.eu/companydata/Natio...forcement.html
I'd ignore unless court papers or a letter before action turns up.
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