Established in 2004, ParkingEye is the leading UK car-park management company specializing in Automatic Number-Plate Recognition (ANPR) solutions. They offer customized solutions and strategies to enforcement, monitoring and reporting parking abuses. The company manages 3,500 sites and their clients range from large, complex hospital and retail sites to small surface sites of around 15 spaces.
Contacting ParkingEye by Phone
ParkingEye does not encourage telephone contact. The ParkingEye customer service phone number is 0330 555 4444. You can also use this number to pay a parking fine through the secure automated-payment line using a credit or debit card. An alternative customer service number is 0870 280 7058. This line is open between 9am and 6pm daily. If you wish to lodge a complaint, dial 0177 245 0970.
The cost to call an 0330 number within the UK is always the same as calling a normal home or business landline. If your phone tariff offers inclusive calls to landlines, calls to 0330 numbers will also be included in the same way.
0870 numbers are telephone numbers that are charged at higher rates due to the inclusion of a surcharge to pay for the service being provided. Special two-part charging arrangements apply when calling 0870 numbers. The first part of the call cost is your own phone company’s standard per-minute ‘access charge’. The second part is a variable ‘service charge’ which benefits the organization you are calling. The total per-minute cost of a call to a 0870 number will typically be anywhere from 8p to 68p, plus a per-call charge of up to 13p. 0870 calls are not compatible with free “inclusive minutes” allowances.
The prefix 01772 is for Preston and the surrounding area. 01772 numbers are normal landline numbers, charged at standard rates.
Contacting ParkingEye via the Internet
The address of the ParkingEye website is website. There is a list of answers to frequently asked questions on the website. You can email the company by filling out a form on the website and all appeals against parking fines must be in writing.
ParkingEye on Social Media
As a company that offers a deeply unpopular (though arguably necessary) service, ParkingEye has a minimal presence on social media. There is no official ParkingEye Facebook page, though there are several irate pages with names like “Parking Eye Should Be Banned” and “Lets (sic) Boycott Parking Eye”. There is an official-looking Twitter account (@ParkingEyeUK) but the introduction “If you have been stung by these cowboys we are here to help you” and the obscenities in the banner photo soon reveal that it is a spoof. There is a LinkedIn ParkingEye page, which has 230 followers. ParkingEye has no official accounts with YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram or Google+.
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