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    looking for advice please. My car had a *PCN from premier park. The ticket was paid for and was displayed however when the driver got back to the car there was a PCN on the windscreen, reason not displaying a valid pay and display ticket. *it must be a mistake, as the ticket has the correct vrn on it and The driver was well within time. So I appealed online. ( didnít realise this was not the thing to do) now they are demanding me to send them my v5. I must point out I have told them I am the keeper, sent photos of the ticket. Do I send these details ? Not sure what to do.
    Last edited by Farmerruby; 16th January 2020, 21:44:PM.
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  • #2
    Send them a copy of the V 5 just to show you are the keeper*

    Edit your post so that the identity of the driver cannot be inferred

    Post up a redacted PCN for further help



    • #3
      Is this ok? Thank you for your help.*


      • #4
        Keep editing, I can deduce a possible driver.

        The only thing you have done wrong is appealing too soon.* It is usually recommended to appeal as the keeper so that it arrives on day 26.**

        Delay your response as long as reasonably possible but within* any time limits they set

        The object is to get to day 56 without them issuing a Notice to Keeper and without contacting the DVLA.* Either not happening is a POFA fail and therefore no keeper liability, and the driver is unknown. If necessary keep up a letter ping pong until day 56



        • #5
          Is this better? So do I still send a picture of my v5 I have till the 4 feb according to the email. Thanks again. Didnít realise this could happen even if thereís a ticket.*


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