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for jomo 1972
i have already told you in the 1st sentence
left it in car but not on windscreen
demand for £130
£65 for 14 days
however they are threatening recovery through Bailiffs
How likely is this
my initial question related to time taken to reject appeal
in my case 3 months
is this not a factor?
The company Ace Security Services Tadworth
Thanks. No it is of no consequence. This is not really an a appeals process in the formal sense of the word. It is simply a process by which you ask the company to consider waiving its invoice for a particular reason, Since they are impartial such "appeals" are very rarely successful. Equally however the failure of the appeal is equally insignificant for the above reason - their decision carries no real weight
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