Thursday, 28 November 2013

ParkingEye postal chaos. Prankster requests information

The Prankster has helped large numbers of people in ParkingEye court cases. One running theme is the chaotic nature of ParkingEye's use of the postal service.

Many people never receive letters which ParkingEye say they sent. The most common letter not to arrive is the 'Letter before action'. The Prankster has often asked for proof this letter was actually sent, but ParkingEye have always declined.

The Prankster has also previously reported a major failure of the system ParkingEye use to send out mail, imail, and has reported that ParkingEye have sent out underpaid mail in the past, leaving their victim to pick up the tab.

Many people send letters which ParkingEye claim never to have received.

The Prankster is therefore sending out a request.

If you have experienced any problems with ParkingEye and mail, please email the details to The details The Prankster would like are:

Court reference, your name or initials, date letter was send, type of letter, who sent letter (you or PE) if not obvious, whether either side later provided proof of posting, other interesting details - if any

The Prankster can then compile the information and make it available for use in defences.

Judge in court cases can decide on the balance of probabilities. If they receive evidence that large numbers of mail goes astray then it will be far more believable than if you are just trying to convince the judge your letter was the only one.

Happy Parking

The Parking Prankster

1 comment:

  1. And remember, you don't have to pay the excess on postage. You can always ask to inspect the outside of the envelope, and then decline. The post then gets returned, and the sender picks up the tab.