Appeal Commercial Collection Services PCN

If you have received aΒ Commercial Collection Services PCN, use Parking Mate UK to appeal your Commercial Collection Services ticket and get it cancelled. Save Β£100s

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Excellent and efficient service received, I used the free template letter provided and today my parking ticket has been cancelled. Would recommend this company. Thanks
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Brilliant: as promised he got the ticket cancelled. Very easy to work with, excellent service provided!
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PCN, I challenged and Leo support me to a positive response. Wonderful service
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Followed the instructions offered by Parking Mate and a couple of weeks later, the unfair ticket was dropped.
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Thank you Leo for your efforts in resolving my parking ticket issue and saving me Β£85.00. An excellent hassle free service at an extremely fair price.

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How To Appeal Commercial Collection Services PCN

To appeal your Commercial Collection Services PCN, answer a few simple questions, upload some photos and our app will write your appeal letter and help you check if your ticket was issued correctly.

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Commercial Collection Services PCN Advice

Can I ignore Commercial Collection Services PCN?

Since the law changed in 2015, it is no longer advisable to ignore Commercial Collection Services tickets. If you ignore the ticket, enforcement will continue and might result in a county court claim. If the case goes to court, you will have to spend time defending the claim and attending court so you don’t get a CCJ.

Do I have to pay a Commercial Collection Services PCN?

In a recent post, Quality Solicitors answered the to pay or not to pay question.Β  You should only pay your Commercial Collection Services PCN if you have tried to appeal and the appeal has not been accepted. The article confirms that “Whilst it may be time consuming and costly for a car parking operative to take you to the Civil Courts, if they want to, they can.” So appeal your ticket to Commercial Collection Services or POPLAΒ and if not successful, make payment.

Is Commercial Collection Services parking charge legal?

Yes, a parking charge notice issued by Commercial Collection Services is legal because it’s an invoice that has to be issued correctly. If they use the law to issue the invoice, the vehicle keeper will be liable to pay it if its not paid.

Can Commercial Collection Services take me to court?

This go girl article confirmed that private parking companies can take you to court if you ignore their parking charge notice. Parking enforcement is governed by British Parking Association who set the rules on how Commercial Collection Services should operate.