/ Parking charges vs Ryan Air

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MG - on 27 Aug 2012
Generally on here people seem to think someone attempting to levy a charge for parking without a ticket on private land, despite there being clear notices explaining the situation, is appalling and advise ignoring all correspondence and not paying etc. etc.

At the same time the general feeling seems to be that being tripped up by Ryan Air with their Byzantine charging system is always the passenger's fault and that they should have read the confusing instructions more carefully.

Why the discrepancy?
Blue Straggler - on 27 Aug 2012
In reply to MG:

The latter is part of contract entered into willingly by the customer.

It seems that a lot of people think that the former is not.
birdie num num - on 27 Aug 2012
In reply to MG:
Num Num feels that part of the answer is in your question.... 'tripped up' are not Num Num's words, but do give an indication of what you seem to believe youself.
Wiley Coyote - on 27 Aug 2012
In reply to MG:
Because there's a chance of getting away with a parking ticket or dubious legality but you never win against Ryanair?

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