On 1 Jun 2012 at 12:34pm Grumpy trader wrote:
Would like to start some sort of register on parking tickets that are upheld or squashed on appeal , and the reasons , I have been lucky enough to escape a couple recently , my feeling is I got lucky because they were issue incorrectly , or almos dare I say fraudulently ! In my case both were issued by c.e.o 090 s he the bad apple or are they all at it , our poor over streched council foots the bill for all these faild ones , in some part , pread sheet at the ready ,
On 1 Jun 2012 at 1:26pm Deelite wrote:
What a great idea. I have until 14th June to appeal my current parking notice (see link below) and would love to enter it onto an online database of appeals (successful or not). I wonder if the lovely lewes.co.uk web master might create a page and host it here?
Check it out here »
On 1 Jun 2012 at 1:27pm Webbo wrote:
What a great idea, I would be happy to create a page here to display the results
On 1 Jun 2012 at 1:28pm Deelite wrote:
coo... faster than a speeding bullet....
On 1 Jun 2012 at 2:20pm Webbo wrote:
Miracles we do at once!
On 1 Jun 2012 at 8:12pm king cnut wrote:
Or park properly in future rather than hope the ceo made an error!
On 2 Jun 2012 at 8:26am Pete wrote:
If the CEOs are making errors, surely they need to be (re)trained properly ?
On 2 Jun 2012 at 12:31pm Cheeky Monkey wrote:
Is C.E.O. 090 the one with the facial hair, tattoos and piercings in his head?
On 2 Jun 2012 at 12:57pm CEO090 wrote:
No that's not him. It doesnt help to identify him , it's just his number on the ticket that counts ,
On 2 Jun 2012 at 1:08pm Grumpy trader wrote:
King Cnut , having appealed on weds this week I got a letter , letting me off today Saturday , quick work , so I must have parked legally ! So all I need to do now is find out why the P C N was issued , and why it was cancelled , and build my case against this fraudulent activity , and in particular this repeat offending employee
On 2 Jun 2012 at 8:20pm realist wrote:
The moral is - always appeal - and take it to the tribunal stage. It costs nothing, and, providing you have a reasonable case, ESCC never contest it. I write from considerable experience. In fact, the last year has seen a remarkable change in NCPO/NSL tactics. Since the removal [dismissal?] of their original psychotic managers and the similar disappearance of CEO 15, the scheme seems to have settled down, and become a little more Lewesian. However, stay alert for any return to the bad old days, the price of liberty is eternal vigilance!