Parking Charge Notice – Scotland – still OK to ignore?

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  • plecostomus
    Member

    Girlfriend had one last year, in wrexham we ignored it had a look on pepipoo dot com (I think ) loads of info there we had 5 or 6 letters threatening all sorts turned out to be a chain letter used by several companies not heard a thing since been about 15 months since the first letter

    plecostomus
    Member

    http://www.pepipoo.com/. Look the the forums loads of info

    AlasdairMc
    Member

    Hi,

    Another driver of my car got a ‘Parking Charge Notice’ for parking in an ‘unauthorised’ area when visiting a client at a further education college in Edinburgh. I received the postal notification after the original ‘ticket’ was issued a month ago. Is the advice still to ignore them, or just respond saying I’m refusing to identify the driver?

    Thanks,

    Alasdair

    squirrelking
    Member

    Ignore.

    You’ll notice that they will threaten you with County Courts, we don’t have them up here 🙂

    b r
    Member

    It depends, who issued the ticket?

    Also, I guess your relationship with the other driver is key to whether you just inform of them – and is it worth a load of hassle for £40 or so, especially if the other driver will be parking there again.

    AlasdairMc
    Member

    Ticket was issued by Smart Parking Ltd. I’m not paying it no matter what, but just wondering if I need to tell them this or just continue to ignore?

    Ignore.

    You’ll notice that they will threaten you with County Courts, we don’t have them up here
    They threatened me with Sherrif Court, obviously not aware that that’s a criminal not civil court. Ignore.

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