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#907669 - 31st Oct 2014 10:41pm Morrisons Car Park
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A mate of mine has just got a parking ticket
in Morrisons West Kirby,i don't think its owned by the
council,so is he obliged to pay up,or put it
in the bin
Cheers Baza

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#907674 - 31st Oct 2014 10:54pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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If you have receive genuine, stamped, county court claim forms from ParkingEye, then you need to take action. If you ignore the claim, then ParkingEye will record a default win against you, and may then try to recover the money, and it could impair your credit record.
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#907677 - 31st Oct 2014 10:59pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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Thanks for the quick reply Zip,i'll
check out the paper work tomorrow
Cheers Baza

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#907679 - 31st Oct 2014 11:04pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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Similar topic ben posted before. If its Morrisons car park I would think the car parks are controlled by another third party company. In which case a local Heswall Solicitor wrote article in Heswall Magazine saying don't pay. Other people just write on envelope "No Contract" and return to sender. Plenty on youtube about it. To do with contract law--you have not entered into a contract with the third party therefore they cannot apply any terms and conditions or penalties upon you.
http://www.supermarketparkingfines.co.uk/

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#907684 - 31st Oct 2014 11:24pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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Cheers Fish,i'll look into that tomorrow
Cheers Baza

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#907688 - 31st Oct 2014 11:41pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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#907697 - 1st Nov 2014 8:09am Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: ZipperClub]
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Pretty poor advice from citizens advice.
You would be better going onto a site called Pepipoo. Many, many experts on there. Enough advice to get through alone but if you want specific advice regards your friends ticket then your can start a new thread requesting help.

I have beaten at least ten tickets for myself and others using that site. Not paid one yet.

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#907699 - 1st Nov 2014 8:25am Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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I recently (February) sold a car the car received a penalty notice from the same car park.
Due to a DVLA mistake the car remained registered to me I ignored the letters, I then received more penalty notices from that carpark and and others across the Wirral.
To date no action has been taken against me or the new owner who I later met he was by the sound of it a serial none payer.
BUT do not enter into dialogue with issuers of ticket

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#907775 - 1st Nov 2014 4:33pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: saltytom]
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Again not great advice. Who issues the PCN's for Morrisons West Kirby? Some of these leeches are very litigious i.e. Parking Eye, others have never done court.

Some companies have started to take large numbers of cases to court and getting judgements in their favour if not defended properly.
As long as you follow the advice on Pepipoo closely you will almost certainly get it cancelled at POPLA on the ticket not being a genuine pre-estimate of loss.

Remember they COULD pursue this ticket for up to six years due to the limitations act. Personally wouldnt want it hanging over me for that long. Risking a default judgement and CCJ if you have moved and dont pass on your new address to them.

Much better to deal with it to end the chain of bullying letters threatening all sorts of consequences.

Primarily though go and complain strongly to the manager at Morrisons, regardless of what they say they can get them cancelled. They are the principle i.e. landowner, the scumbags are merely agents.



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#907784 - 1st Nov 2014 5:02pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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There are many signs down there that you can park for two hours for free. How long had your mate been parked?

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#907876 - 2nd Nov 2014 10:30am Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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If your mate got done whilst working for Morrisons then I would have thought he would be ok after talking to the manager on site, if he overstayed after two hours then it's not the place to do it as loads of people park in the Morrisons car-park and buzz off to the beach and it stops Morrisons customers parking, so business is lost, it's happened a few times to me the car-park is full but the shop is near empty and so is the council car-park, you just have to be careful and don't overstay your welcome at Morrisons West Kirkby.

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#907881 - 2nd Nov 2014 10:38am Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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When I worked there the staff were given badges to put in their windscreen so they didn't get booked for over staying

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#907929 - 2nd Nov 2014 3:57pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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These badges were originally given out by a company called C P Plus who used to monitor the car park when it was safeway and again with Morrisons until very recently, now they are monitored by cameras and the store manager won't be able to cancel P C Notices which is what regularly used to happen with C P Plus when a person patrolled the car park and a customer complained about receiving a ticket.

PB

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#907947 - 2nd Nov 2014 5:44pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Fireblade]
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Loc: Woodchurch
Please ALL be aware that within the last two years the laws on this kind of thing HAVE changed. The advice to deal with this is the advice you should take as you could end up with added costs. The law about clamping by private firms was changed at the same time (they can't do it any more) so to keep them sweet they also changed the law on 'Private contracts' and this is what they will use to get you. This IS leagal and the more professional firms will chase you and get you in the courts where they have the legal right to gain compensation from you.
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#907954 - 2nd Nov 2014 6:22pm Re: Morrisons Car Park [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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Originally Posted By: Softy_Southerner
There are many signs down there that you can park for two hours for free. How long had your mate been parked?


2hours 35 mins,,,,
£50 fine if payed within two weeks,if not £85,

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