The Prankster has received a large amount of documents that ParkingEye use to try and explain off their charges as a genuine pre-estimate of loss. They make interesting reading.
Here is one from a parking event in October 2012.
Here is one from early November 2012
And here is one from later in November 2012
So, what did happen in early November 2012 to make ParkingEye's costs jump £2 a parking charge, from £53 to £55?
Why did it come back down again?
Are ParkingEye just making it all up as they go along?
Are these paragraphs all referring to the same set of company accounts, and if so, why do the calculations vary.
Have ParkingEye discovered a new set of mathematical rules that only apply to the Parking industry?
Do ParkingEye need a new accountant, and if so, why is this post not advertised on their jobs page?
Lastly, if the costs are £55, and the charge £100, that leaves £45 profit. How can 45% profit be justified as part of a pre-estimate of loss calculation.
The Parking Prankster