In the most exciting game of parking poker to date, CP Plus have decided to disregard Smart Parking, as they have no relationship with that company.
This follows their decision to disregard The Parking Prankster's appeal points, ruling that he never appealed.
CP Plus are raising the art of disregarding to new levels.
This arose when The Parking Prankster decided to sent CP Plus some pictures taken of his vehicle by Smart Parking. Co-incidentally, the time these pictures were taken were during the time CP Plus allege The Prankster was parked in a different car park. Obviously The Prankster must have quadruple dipped that day.
Here is the notice from CP Plus.
And here is the one from Smart Parking.
The Prankster considers he could not have been at MOTO Leigh Delamere West between 12:52 and 17:40 if he was photographed arriving at ASDA Bedminster at 13:58.
CP Plus thought otherwise, ruling that as they have no relationship with Smart Parking they have disregarded the document. The Prankster wonders if that will be a new valid POPLA defence; if motorists have no relationship with the parking company, they can from now on disregard any document sent to them.
The state of play is now getting quite difficult to keep track of. The Prankster has complaints in with the BPA Ltd, the Credit Services Association and has raised his bid to Debt Recovery Plus, pointing them in the direction of the practice directions for pre-court actions. Meanwhile, CP Plus are keeping a poker face.
More when it happens!
The Parking Prankster