My Corsa has gone missing after I left it with an airport parking firm – it's now been a week and I’m not the only one | The Sun

A MAN is fuming after flying back from a holiday to find his car gone.

He paid £80 to a meet and greet parking firm at Heathrow airport, but after a week they still haven't returned his car.

Nedger Hamerston, 44, from Thatcham, flew with his wife to Brussels on the 28th of December to see the Christmas markets.

But there were problems with the parking firm from the beginning, which Nedger found via airport parking comparison site Meet and Greet Airport Parking Services.

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Nedger said: "When we arrived at the airport, they came late. We nearly lost our flight."

After three days in Brussels, the couple landed at Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5.


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A worker told them that they had to phone them when they landed.

Nedger said: "We phoned them when we got off the plane, but nobody answered.

"We waited for two hours and the car never arrived at the pick-up point."

The couple was desperate and called Nedger's brother to pick them up because the taxi was too expensive.

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The next day, Nedger tried to phone the parking firm again.

However, all the telephone numbers were shut down and every call they made didn't go through.

"It's an absolute nightmare. We're desperate. We paid for that service and now they don't even answer us," Nedger said.

Nedger believes that more than 100 cars have gone missing.

Sadly, the couple booked through the company because a friend recommended it.

Last Thursday, he went around the airport with his brother to see if his Corsa had been dumped somewhere.

After speaking to the police, Nedger was told it was now a criminal case because many cars were missing under the same circumstances.

Shockingly, Nedger believes the company is still operating.

Comparison site Meet and Greet Airport Parking Services has been contacted for comment.

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