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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 02 Jul 18 9.16am Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by MrCParrot

thanks both. I suspect I'll have to pay the £50.

I'll check out pistonheads Ferret

I would appeal for the hell of it
I'm sure that at least you give yourself a chance of finding out why you got it and may get it cancelled.
Minimum it takes up their time and money.
£50 could buy you a nice meal out and a glass of pino.

 

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View MrCParrot's Profile MrCParrot Flag Taunton 02 Jul 18 8.43pm Send a Private Message to MrCParrot Add MrCParrot as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst
I would appeal for the hell of it
I'm sure that at least you give yourself a chance of finding out why you got it and may get it cancelled.
Minimum it takes up their time and money.
£50 could buy you a nice meal out and a glass of pino.

I have appealed and I made out that I might be a client. That should make them check at least.
Letters from a timewaster to come!

 


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chateauferret Flag 02 Jul 18 9.11pm

Nowadays I just don't park in car parks operated by scum. There's a reason why I go to Tesco and never shop in Morrison's and the manager of the latter knows exactly what that reason is.

Business and managers that get into bed with these reptiles deserve to go out of business and get fired respectively. Boycott and make it obvious why.

 


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chateauferret Flag 02 Jul 18 9.13pm

Originally posted by chateauferret

Nowadays I just don't park in car parks operated by scum. There's a reason why I go to Tesco and never shop in Morrison's and the manager of the latter knows exactly what that reason is.

Business and managers that get into bed with these reptiles deserve to go out of business and get fired respectively. Boycott and make it obvious why.

Oh, and you have another excellent tool to use nowadays. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Assuming you end up acknowledging your existence at all, write to them and exercise your right to be forgotten. Then the day the notice expires demand evidence that your request was carried out. One foot out of place and it's a letter to the Information Commissioner. The fines make the Data Protection Act look like what it was - a fig leaf.

 


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Originally posted by chateauferret

Oh, and you have another excellent tool to use nowadays. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Assuming you end up acknowledging your existence at all, write to them and exercise your right to be forgotten. Then the day the notice expires demand evidence that your request was carried out. One foot out of place and it's a letter to the Information Commissioner. The fines make the Data Protection Act look like what it was - a fig leaf.

Wouldn’t work. You could the. Do the same with your credit card. Would be a more farcically than guy poyets last days a Brighton.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 02 Jul 18 10.35pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by MrCParrot

I have appealed and I made out that I might be a client. That should make them check at least.
Letters from a timewaster to come!

Good
Like I said
I appeal all fines and working mobile in London for over 25 years I reckon 30+ just parking.

Got at least half cancelled.
No lose gamble cos gotta pay gotta pay !

 

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chateauferret Flag 03 Jul 18 8.11am

Originally posted by jeeagles

Wouldn’t work. You could the. Do the same with your credit card. Would be a more farcically than guy poyets last days a Brighton.

Is what most ordinary consumers who don't understand data protection think.

The requirement of the law is that they have to "forget" your personally identifying information (PII). The difference with your credit card (assumning you have a balance with them) is that you agree they can use your PII for the purposes of the contract you have with them, so they have a valid reason for holding it (but they can't use it for anything else unless you explicitly allow them to). In this case once you have paid your speculative invoice they have no business holding your PII for anything so you can get them to delete it. Obviously they don't delete the actual transaction because they must to their accounts as if they were a legitimate business, but they can't hold data which links it to you unless a) they have a good reason to (they don't) or b) you explicitly tell them they may.

I am a data architect in a bank.

Edited by chateauferret (03 Jul 2018 8.12am)

 


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View 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug's Profile 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug Flag Bolton 03 Jul 18 8.46am Send a Private Message to 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug Add 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug as a friend

Originally posted by chateauferret

Is what most ordinary consumers who don't understand data protection think.

The requirement of the law is that they have to "forget" your personally identifying information (PII). The difference with your credit card (assumning you have a balance with them) is that you agree they can use your PII for the purposes of the contract you have with them, so they have a valid reason for holding it (but they can't use it for anything else unless you explicitly allow them to). In this case once you have paid your speculative invoice they have no business holding your PII for anything so you can get them to delete it. Obviously they don't delete the actual transaction because they must to their accounts as if they were a legitimate business, but they can't hold data which links it to you unless a) they have a good reason to (they don't) or b) you explicitly tell them they may.

I am a data architect in a bank.

Edited by chateauferret (03 Jul 2018 8.12am)


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 03 Jul 18 6.32pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Flipping eck
Irony is strange
I just got a parking ticket in Croydon at 4pm Tonite.
Had a choice of pay by phone or ticket machine.
Chose ticket as had few coins about me.
The ticket blew off the dash board, must be when the door shut and bingo.
I have the ticket so I will appeal and hopefully sense will prevail.
It would be 80 or 40 if paid in 14 days.
That's now 31+
Weird old life eh.

 

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View steph_eagle's Profile steph_eagle Flag Thornton Heath 03 Jul 18 8.35pm Send a Private Message to steph_eagle Add steph_eagle as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Flipping eck
Irony is strange
I just got a parking ticket in Croydon at 4pm Tonite.
Had a choice of pay by phone or ticket machine.
Chose ticket as had few coins about me.
The ticket blew off the dash board, must be when the door shut and bingo.
I have the ticket so I will appeal and hopefully sense will prevail.
It would be 80 or 40 if paid in 14 days.
That's now 31+
Weird old life eh.

Prepare for a response like this...

Before giving PCNs, our CEOs check for any parking items displayed and record the details. The CEO saw no Pay & Display ticket. This can happen, for example, when people forget to display Pay & Display tickets or when Pay & Display tickets fall off windscreens. It is unfortunate if this happened with you, but a Pay & Display ticket is only valid if it is displayed so that a CEO can see all its details.

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 03 Jul 18 9.08pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by steph_eagle

Prepare for a response like this...

Before giving PCNs, our CEOs check for any parking items displayed and record the details. The CEO saw no Pay & Display ticket. This can happen, for example, when people forget to display Pay & Display tickets or when Pay & Display tickets fall off windscreens. It is unfortunate if this happened with you, but a Pay & Display ticket is only valid if it is displayed so that a CEO can see all its details.

I was done in West Wickham when I had a ticket and it was clearly on display. A chancer of a warden. I saw him hovering.

Not only did I object to the fine, I also asked for the Warden to be disciplined. I was told that he was, who knows.

 

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View Kentbaldeagle64's Profile Kentbaldeagle64 Flag Swanscombe 03 Jul 18 9.25pm Send a Private Message to Kentbaldeagle64 Add Kentbaldeagle64 as a friend

If i ever use a machine i use a blob of blu tack i keep in the car to stick the tickert clearly on display and take a timed photo for evidence`

 

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