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    I got my ticket there whilst going to the pharmacy but am a patient for the surgery the practice manager has pre written letters to give patients if you are a patient of the surgery I would contact her.
    Thanks. I'm not a patient there, it was just convenient. The pharmacy gave me a copy of the script and stamped and certified I was there. Hopefully it will do the trick.
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      I got my ticket there whilst going to the pharmacy but am a patient for the surgery the practice manager has pre written letters to give patients if you are a patient of the surgery I would contact her.
      She has been awful to some people, Cheryl someone? I recall helping a disabled elderly couple and she laughed in their faces.

      Nipped in to the pharmacy at 175 Medical Centre in Preston Road. I was in there for 20 minutes, waiting for a space, parked up, had prescription dispensed, then left.
      You have 28 days to appeal online to PEye, so exhaust the complaint first.

      PEye do cancel when a landowner tells them to and it;s always ''Plan A'' with that nasty greedy firm (whose modus operandi should be illegal).

      If not, do an online appeal by day 28.

      Does the PCN have a paragraph on the back about 'day 29 the registered keeper will be liable/Protection of Freedoms Act'? Or is it missing?
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      She has been awful to some people, Cheryl someone? I recall helping a disabled elderly couple and she laughed in their faces.
      Dont know her name, I am used to working with customers on the phone myself I just asked for proof of my visit and she gave it to me she has a load of prepared letters. I was back there this week and even though i had a bike helmet and cleats they were making sure to ask if I had a car so I think they are maybe feeling the impact now as opposed to the first people caught up in it? Or maybe its the other surgery manager (there are two surgeries in that building).

      PEye took their sweet time responding though. I sent my letter recorded so know they got it the next working day after I sent it.
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      She has been awful to some people, Cheryl someone? I recall helping a disabled elderly couple and she laughed in their faces.

      You have 28 days to appeal online to PEye, so exhaust the complaint first.

      PEye do cancel when a landowner tells them to and it;s always ''Plan A'' with that nasty greedy firm (whose modus operandi should be illegal).

      If not, do an online appeal by day 28.

      Does the PCN have a paragraph on the back about 'day 29 the registered keeper will be liable/Protection of Freedoms Act'? Or is it missing?
      I've got one from this peye scum, Hollingbury Asda, claiming i parked overnight when in fact i went in and out on 2 consecutive days, one photo shows the day i went in and the other the next day leaving, on my letter it has the paragraph you mention
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      She has been awful to some people, Cheryl someone? I recall helping a disabled elderly couple and she laughed in their faces.

      You have 28 days to appeal online to PEye, so exhaust the complaint first.

      PEye do cancel when a landowner tells them to and it;s always ''Plan A'' with that nasty greedy firm (whose modus operandi should be illegal).

      If not, do an online appeal by day 28.

      Does the PCN have a paragraph on the back about 'day 29 the registered keeper will be liable/Protection of Freedoms Act'? Or is it missing?
      Thank you. I have submitted my appeal online with a copy of the script, stamped and certified by the pharmacy and confirmed for date and time by the manager. Fingers crossed they play fair!
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      Thank you. I have submitted my appeal online with a copy of the script, stamped and certified by the pharmacy and confirmed for date and time by the manager. Fingers crossed they play fair!
      Should be cancelled, if not then it is winnable at POPLA.

      I've got one from this peye scum, Hollingbury Asda, claiming i parked overnight when in fact i went in and out on 2 consecutive days, one photo shows the day i went in and the other the next day leaving, on my letter it has the paragraph you mention
      Yours is different, it's a concept called a 'double dip' in parking-forum-speak, and is an inherent known flaw of ANPR that they default to 'first in', 'last out' images.

      The NoToMob have an ongoing thread of examples of double dips, updated since 2015 with hundreds of examples:

      http://notomob.co.uk/discussions/index.php?topic=5768.0

      Even the BPA Trade Body spokesperson admitted that ANPR is flawed (or words to that effect), live on Watchdog the other month, and they have an article about it:

      http://www.britishparking.co.uk/ANPR

      ''As with all new technology, there are issues associated with its use:

      a) Repeat users of a car park inside a 24 hour period sometimes find that their first entry is paired with their last exit, resulting in an ‘overstay’. Operators are becoming aware of this and should now be checking all ANPR transactions to ensure that this does not occur.''


      Do you have proof of being back home overnight, or maybe a Smart Phone that has Google location enabled to show in your appeal? Your appeal should not be a template, in your case, instead, prove or just say clearly where you were (the fact you didn't stay overnight at Asda!) and demand they check the images again.

      With ParkingEye, where the PCN hs the 29 days/POFA para on the back, no need to worry about not saying who was driving, you may as well be the driver in the appeal and show any proof you can, or argue the toss where you were and I would finish by threatening to report them to the Information Commissioner for flawed ANPR use.
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      Yours is different, it's a concept called a 'double dip' in parking-forum-speak, and is an inherent known flaw of ANPR that they default to 'first in', 'last out' images.

      The NoToMob have an ongoing thread of examples of double dips, updated since 2015 with hundreds of examples:

      http://notomob.co.uk/discussions/index.php?topic=5768.0

      Even the BPA Trade Body spokesperson admitted that ANPR is flawed (or words to that effect), live on Watchdog the other month, and they have an article about it:

      http://www.britishparking.co.uk/ANPR

      ''As with all new technology, there are issues associated with its use:

      a) Repeat users of a car park inside a 24 hour period sometimes find that their first entry is paired with their last exit, resulting in an ‘overstay’. Operators are becoming aware of this and should now be checking all ANPR transactions to ensure that this does not occur.''


      Do you have proof of being back home overnight, or maybe a Smart Phone that has Google location enabled to show in your appeal? Your appeal should not be a template, in your case, instead, prove or just say clearly where you were (the fact you didn't stay overnight at Asda!) and demand they check the images again.

      With ParkingEye, where the PCN hs the 29 days/POFA para on the back, no need to worry about not saying who was driving, you may as well be the driver in the appeal and show any proof you can, or argue the toss where you were and I would finish by threatening to report them to the Information Commissioner for flawed ANPR use.[/QUOTE]


      Thank you for that info, much appreciated,
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      Yay - parking fine cancelled 'as a gesture of goodwill'. Not the wording I'd use, but I'll take it.
      I hope you meet someone your height, so you can see eye to eye with someone as small as you!

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