20 August 2014

NSL charge Mr Mustard (again)

a trainee Notice Processing Officer
Mr Mustard seems to recall that NSL have previously tried to register him as a debtor with the TEC (Traffic Enforcement Centre - attached to Northampton County Court). Mr Mustard has a message for NSL, he does not get parking tickets (PCN) as he always parks properly, or, if he does get one, it will be an error and it will not reach the Charge Certificate stage as he will make representations. If NSL, you are thinking of putting Mr Mustard's name on a statutory document, stop and think as you are almost certainly about to drop a clanger. Here is the offending document:

The name isn't even correct. Initials are "D R" not "R D"
Mr Mustard does not have a Fiat and was not parked in Union St on 22 March 2014.

For the average motorist there isn't much you can officially do in this situation other than wait for the Order for Recovery (and then file a witness statement) but it would still be best if NSL make a similar blunder to tell them by email to barnet@nslservices.co.uk and copy the email to your ward councillors.

Mr Mustard took his usual direct approach, ignored NSL, and went straight to the parking manager who cancelled the PCN without further ado.

Doubtless a handsome written apology with flowers, chocolates or wine will arrive from NSL later on in the week.

Yours frugally

Mr Mustard

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