By RiceSickle - 01/08/2014 02:50 - United States - Pleasanton
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Possibly, but I'd guess it's linked to the number (licence) plate, most types of parking permits are I think. Maybe complain and get a refund? Although check the time it says they take first, if it says up to 28 working days and you were lazy, it's your own fault.
As 15 pointed out, most school parking passes are linked to a specific license plate so that the college/university/school can easily track and trace cars parked on campus. Also, most school parking passes are coded to be good for a specific semester/term, so selling it to someone else would be fairly pointless, as it most likely won't be valid anymore.
#16, OP says they ordered the ticket 4 weeks ago. There are 4 weeks of class, and OP has one week left. Therefor OP is in the third week of the class and 4 weeks have passed since the purchase, does that tell you something? Probably not so I'll just tell you, OP ordered the tickets a week before classes started.
Sorry to hear OP, but I'm sure if you call the parking company they would only make you pay for your last week.
Why is #12 getting down voted? She's saying that because the service is so terrible that OP had to wait 4 weeks for the ticket, the service would be so bad OP would need to wait 4 weeks for a refund or any customer service. "Please hold, our customer service representatives are busy will be with you in just 4 weeks".
Welcome to higher learning. same thing happened to me. until I started parking by a bar/restaurant that was a block away from campus. The manager was cool with it. and all the booze I could drink after my evening class
It's probably me, but I have trouble understanding this FML. Can someone explain? Did OP lose it? Edit: Nvm, I get it now
Order it earlier next time, you wont be in that situation. But at least you got the pass before your class ended