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  1. Hi All A great thank you for all those were invloved in this matter with the DVLA. I also thank DailyMail for their intervention and the work they carried out behind the scenes. Today I received this letter from the DVLA Thank you for your recent correspondece concerning a late penalty imposed upon you. Under these circumstances, I can confirm that no further action will be taken on this case and Philips Collection Services have been informed of our decision. I also apologize for any inconvenience that we may have caused you. A special thanks for the consume
  2. Do you think I should respond to their letter which states that the fine still stands or the complaint form that was sent to Philips would suffice as a dispute?
  3. npb@philips.org.uk did not reply to my e-mail sent 09 June 2009 another e-mail was sent today. I also sent an e-mail to my MP.
  4. This is what I wrote in the complaint form I part exchanged my car (Land Rover R454HGD) on 9 October 2008 for new Ford Fiesta from Evans Halshaw East Kilbride Ford dealer (1 Millibrook Drive, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G74 5 NL). The Land Rover was taxed until May 2009. I sent the tax disc with a cover letter stating that “I am no longer the keeper of the Land Rover R454HGD” and claimed for a refund for the unexpired portion of the tax disc and received a cheque for £92.50 on 29th of October 2009. I received a Late Licencing Penalty form requesting a payment of £80 (issued by au
  5. Today received a reply from Philips after filled a Complaint Form. Their reply: Thank you fro the completed complaint from. I am sorry you have felt it necessary to complain about the way your case has been handled. I confirm receipt of the acknowledgement letter issued by the DVLA to confirm that you are no longer the owner/registered keeper of vehicle registration number xxxx. However, this letter is dated after the late licensing penalty was issued and we are therefore not able to accept this letter. Although you received a rebate for the tax on this vehicle from the DVLA in Octob
  6. My understanding is that DVLA continous registration to stop offenders. There are three facts which runs against their mission. 1- Car was part exchanged at a registered Ford Dealer 2- Tax refund was received after letter sent to DVLA that I no longer the keeper of the car. 3- Acknowledgement received from DVLA that there records have been updated. Adding to this information: Contacted Consumer Direct and they believe I have got a good case and advice me to take the matter with MP. Another important issue is that the Notice of Instruction regarding Late Licensing Penal
  7. Received today a complaint form from Philips any tips or suggestions on filling the form are welcome. There are three facts to this case: 1- Car was part exchanged at a Ford dealer 2- Tax disc returned with a cover letter telling DVLA that I no longer the keeper of the car and received a £90.50 tax refund 3- Acknowledgement letter from DVLA that records were updated Thanks in advance for all you contributions guys.
  8. Received today a complaint form from Philips any tips or suggestions on filling the form are welcome. There are three facts to this case: 1- Car was part exchanged at a Ford dealer 2- Tax disc returned with a cover letter telling DVLA that I no longer the keeper of the car and received a £90.50 tax refund 3- Acknowledgement letter from DVLA that records were updated Thanks in advance for all you contributions guys.
  9. Hi I sent the tax disc with a cover letter stating that I no longer the keeper of the car. I did not fill a form. Thanks
  10. I wonder guys if I have a leg to stand on in court and what are the proper procedures. I e-mail a long letter (thanks to #2 permalink) to npb@philips.org.uk and also sent a letter to DVLA where the Acknowledgement was originated. It seems to me that there are more department within the DVLA (One for LLP and one for updating the records) with no communication between the two.
  11. Thank you guys for the help you providing me in this case. I contacted the DLVA and were reluctant to discuss the matter and referred me to Philips. I e-mailed Philips asking for a complaint form. I would like to add further information to the case is that when I part exchange the car I kept the tax disc which I posted to DVLA with a letter stating that I longer the keeper of the car and was refunded £90.50. It looks to me given the fact the I no longer the keeper of the car and an acknowledgement from the DVLA Philips still demanding payment by saying. "We are in receipt
  12. Hi I part exchanged my car on 9 October 2008 for another car. I claimed and received tax refund on my old car. On 20 January I received a penlty form demading £80 for failing to relicence my old car. I sent the V5 slip and received an acknowledgement on 30 January 2009 from the DVLA saying "Thank you for telling us that you are no longer the keeper of or have scrapped the vehicle with the above mention registration mark. I can confirm that we have udpated our records. If you receive an application form for renewing your vechicle lices for this vehicle, please ignore it. You do not ne
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