OK, time for some research. My son, again!!!
Paying a clamping company under duress and recovering it later - what are the chances?
There was a sign, small, high up and not lit, and he arrived at night.
Holiday Inn car park was full so they directed him round the corner - some residential garages / area.
He has paid under duress, so I think we'll take them to court to try and recover it.
Lots of pictures.
Thanks for comments.
Oh, and it was £150 which is a huge ripoff.
Oddly it was "release fee £150 per day". Surely you only want to be released "today" even if you parked for a week? How the hell can a release fee be daily?
Mind you, having paid the fee, if you re-park later that day you can claim you have paid the day's release fee already perhaps.
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