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Parking charge letter ‘Final Demand’ ‘Demand for Payment’

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  • Parking charge letter ‘Final Demand’ ‘Demand for Payment’

    Hello. Please see pictures below. This is the latest of a number of letters received from excel parking. The parking charge was issued for failing to display a valid ticket. A payment was made but the wrong vehicle registration was entered. The vehicle of the registration that was incorrectly entered was written off. The keeper appealed the charge and stated that they had made payment. The parking company then responded with a notice to driver despite appealing as the keeper stating payment was made but for the wrong registration and that this is not a defence. Will this letter lead to a ccj do I need to make payment etc. I would prefer to try to defend this through a court process but I am unsure of how to do that. I feel that as a payment was made albeit for the wrong registration this should cover the matter. How would a court view this etc?

    page 1 https://www.dropbox.com/s/nhcn4pv1ly..._0088.jpg?dl=0
    page 2 https://www.dropbox.com/s/1bsa93i63c..._0089.jpg?dl=0

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  • #2
    Why have you posted twice, in different threads? This is not a letter before action.


    • #3
      Sorry I thought it was !

      okay please see further documents with info redacted. The link will take you to a folder with all images



      • #4
        So add your info to the other thread and delete this one otherwise advice gets split across 2 locations.


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