- Parking ticket from lidl whilst working for them.
The car park may be run by the managing agents of the shop eg lidl and nothing to do with Lidl.
Wickes in birkenhead have big signs saying parking is to do with the landlord not them, same for another centre in chester.
Dont do anything more for lidl then, unless they pay.Posted 4 years ago
I was doing some work for Lidl at one of their supermarkets in the car park last week. My work involved lugging many bits of kit around for 6 hours or so and they didn’t have one of those machines in the manager’s office to put my number plate in.
The ticket has arrived today and I was wondering if anyone had dealt with this situation before? Google and pepipoo don’t come up with anything with the search terms I am using.
I know the advice in the past has been to ignore it but that has now changed. I also know that previously writing to them (which seems the obvious thing to do) results in a hounding and demands to pay, hence asking on here not just getting in touch with them.
Thanks in advance.Posted 4 years agoernie_lynchMember
I couple of years back I worked on a new Lidl store, I went back to do some snagging in the flats we built above the store soon after the store opened, and a week or two later I got a notice of a parking “fine” for exceeding the permitted time.
I actually parked in the visitor’s space in the resident’s parking area – I wasn’t parked anywhere near the customer’s parking area, but presumably their cameras clocked me entering and leaving without noticing where I had parked.
I ignored the notice, I simply couldn’t be bothered to explain that I had a legitimate right to be there and wasn’t even parked in the store parking area. They sent a few more notices until they eventually gave up.Posted 4 years ago
Or if your going back to the store just give the ticket to the store manager with your name and it will get cancelled, it’s an error. If your doing contracts work let the car park attendant know as his machine just records every plate entering the car park. If you get a ticket just give it to the Sm when you fill out your Lmf.Posted 4 years agoMartynSSubscriber
Is it a lease car??
Is it a ticket from parking eye??
Don’t ignore if it’s either of these.Posted 4 years ago
As has been said the store manager can get it cancelled, push them to do it.
If it’s a lease car any letters will go to them, lease companies have a habit of paying up then billing you
Parking eye have a reputation for trying it on at court. Make sure the store manager copies you in on the correspondence.
Pitchpro, are you a lidl staff member or parking expert? Happy to send you some info as I won’t be back at that store and it’s 80 miles away.
This is in England and is not parking eye, but it was not one of the europarks with an actual human warden. The car is mine, not leased.Posted 4 years ago
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