Parking Mate UK Assistant
This guide will help you understand how to use our service. We provide services for different steps in parking ticket enforcement, and will provide you with options depending on the documents you have received.
To get started, simply answer some questions and we'll take it from there!
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Your ticket was issued by a private parking company
Your ticket was issued by a local authority
What stage is your parking ticket in the process?
Your Penalty Charge Notice has just been issued
The operator has just issued Parking Charge Notice
Your appeal after a Windscreen PCN was rejected
Your Formal Appeal was rejected by the authority
You were unsuccessful with an appeal to the tribunal.
Your appeal was rejected by the Operator
The council has issued a Charge Certificate to you
Your appeal was rejected at the Independent Appeals Service
You have been issued an Order for Recovery from the TEC
The operator has sent a Reminder to make payment
Your parking ticket has been assigned to a Bailiffs
You are being chased for payment by a Debt Recovery Company
You have received a Letter Before Claim
You have been issued a CCJ by the County Court Business Centre
Parking Charge Notice Options
Your Debt Recovery Options
Your County Court Claim
Your Received a Reminder Notice
Penalty Charge Notice Options
Rejected Parking Fine Appeal Options
Charge Certificate Options
Order for Recovery Options
Bailiff Enforcement Options
We can help you challenge your parking charge notice by writing a letter that checks if your parking charge was issued correctly.
The best way to get out of a parking charge notice is to use the legal loopholes or to make the parking company prove that it was issued correctly.
Explaining mitigating reasons don't work as much as using legal loopholes to check if the PCN was issued correctly.
Our appeal letter app will check your pcn and provide ready made reasons.
Simpy answer a few questions about your case and it will check every legal aspect and loophole:
Click next to challenge your parking charge for £4.99
Unfortunately, your appeal has been rejected and you have only 28 days to take further action.
You may want to send an appeal to the tribunal IAS or POPLA, or pay off the parking charge notice to close the case. Alternatively, checking if the parking company adhered to the rules to issue the PCN to determine if the parking charge can be cancelled is your best option.
Our appeal letter app can help you get out of your parking charge!
All you have to do is answer a few simple questions and our app will check if the PCN was issued correctly by examining:
Start your journey to cancellaion now:
Because your appeal has been rejected at the tribunal, you have exhausted all appeal options and must now take steps to resolve the matter.
You can either:
If you ignore the parking ticket, it will go to various debt recovery companies who will add further costs and you will have to defend the matter in court. We recommend paying the operator directly so the amount doesn't increase further.
You have two options with regards to the reminder: you can either pay the parking ticket or you may have the ability to send an appeal/complaint. If an appeal/complaint can't be made, your options are
If you choose to ignore the parking ticket, it will be passed on to debt recovery companies, who will subsequently add further costs to the bill and the case will be taken to court for a judgement to be made.
Parking Mate UK advise that the parking ticket is either paid directly to the operator or defended in court. You won't be issued a CCJ if you choose to defend the court claim.
The only way you can get a CCJ is by ignoring the court claim which will result in the parking company getting a judgement; otherwise, the parking ticket can be settled now to avoid further esclation.
A Debt Recovery Letter is an indication that you cannot longer appeal or challenge the original parking ticket.
In many cases though, debt recovery letters are powerless and can be disregarded, as the parking company must still pursue legal proceedings in order to enforce the charge.
If you believe the parking charge was incorrectly issued, it's not a problem-- you can simply wait for a County Court Claim and dispute it.
For more details and to ensure you get the right advice and support, please take a look at our debt recovery guide here.
Please read our Debt Recovery Advice which explains your options at this stage.
Our service can help you to handle the claim and defend your case. We can provide you with the necessary guidance if you have proof that you paid for parking, have proof that you parked correctly, or need specialist support. We will help you prevent a County Court Judgement (CCJ) from being issued, by providing you with customised defence documents to submit to the court.
What We Offer:
If you are dealing with an unpaid parking ticket and a County Court Claim, we can help you fight your case and prevent a CCJ from being issued. Contact us today to learn more about our services and fees.
Select 'We Defend Your Claim' below to send us your case.
If you don't defend the claim, the court will issue a judgement against you.
If you have been issued with a County Court Judgement (CCJ), there is a chance that the case can be set aside (restarted) to give you a fair opportunity to defend it.Our County Court Judgement guide here provides detailed information on the process, so please read it before deciding what to do next. Depending on when the CCJ was issued, you may have two options.
If you need help or advice on resolving your CCJ, you can contact us through WhatsApp. Our parking ticket specialists can assess your case and advise you on the best way forward.
All the options above are designed to help you get the CCJ removed from your account. Please read County court judgments for debt.
Your PCN has just been issued!
Your PCN can be cancelled if you appeal using our legal letters & check issue dates, signage, the legal rules etc.
Select the option to Appeal yourself for £4.99 and we will guide you through the process.
You must wait for a notice to owner then ...
If you have received a Notice to Owner, Select Appeal yourself and we will guide you through the process.
If your appeal was rejected, you still have further options.
You can build a strong case for the tribunal and we can assist you with our legal letters, checking issue dates, signage, and the legal rules.
At the tribunal, you will have an opportunity to present your case and if successful, your penalty charge notice will be cancelled.
For only £4.99, you can select the option to appeal yourself and we will guide you through the process every step of the way.
If you don't want to appeal, you can always pay the PCN and the case will be closed.
If your appeal has been rejected at the tribunal, then you have the option to challenge this decision within 14 days explaining your reasons why.
However, we recommend you pay the Penalty Charge Notice within 28 days so the amount does not increase any further.
For information on how to make your payment, select "Pay Council".
Important to Note: The tribunal is the final opportunity to appeal against penalty charge notices; bailiff enforcement will go ahead unless the case is resolved.
This advice is applicable only when an appeal at the tribunal has been refused.
If your charge certificate was not issued correctly as stated in the video, then you can challenge it.
If the council issue the charge certificate incorrectly, it automatically voids the whole PCN process. So use our service to challenge your charge certificate.
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If you have received an Order for Recovery and you want to challenge it, then let us help you!
We will provide you with the necessary TE7/TE9 or PE2/PE3 documents needed to submit to the TEC.
We will guide you through the process of getting the order cancelled and stopping bailiff enforcement action for a one-time fee of £14.99.
This could improve your chances of stopping enforcement and give you the peace of mind you need.
To get started, please select an option below.
If you have received a notice from the bailiff and you want to challenge it, then let us help you!
We will guide you through the process of getting the order for recovery cancelled and stopping bailiff enforcement action for a one-time fee of £14.99.