Parking Eye is exposed to a class action for wrongfully giving drivers CCJs: if enough people join, Parking Eye face bankruptcy.
Many drivers are discovering that they have a CCJ (County Court Judgment) against their name, but no idea why. When they access their credit report, they discover they lost a court case they have heard nothing about, concerning a parking ticket they were never informed of.
Subject to sufficient group interest, CaseHub will run a class action to get people whose credit rating has been wrecked through hidden parking charges compensation.
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This case is for people who have had CCJs (county court judgments) entered against their name because they were sued by a parking company, without knowing about it. This happens most often when DVLA passed on someone's previous address to the parking firm, or when a parking firm takes too long to pursue you, and you move house by the time they get round to doing it.
The strongest candidate to join are those who kept their registered keeper address up to date with the DVLA. However, you can still apply to join if you are unsure of this or did not.
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This case is for those who have had CCJs (county court judgments) against their name (present or past) because a parking company sued you and you did not know about it.
If you are not eligible, but want to help out, you can by sharing this page on social media (or word of mouth!)