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  1. I'm new to the site but just came across and need some advice. I'm one thats usually very good with finances so this is all new and scary to me. Anyway, about 3 months ago I received a parking ticket, I didn't pay it as I was disputing it due to it being a bank holiday. The rejected my claim but stated I could dispute again, however, due to new job and finishing uni (excuses) I just kept putting it off. The original fine was around £70 and then went to £112. Anyway still putting it off I received a letter from Equita. I barely read it and stuffed it in a draw to deal with the ne
  2. Hey all, help needed URGENTLY! Yesterday, I found my car had been clamped outside. I phoned the number and the guy on the phone said he clamped it as we have a 2year old parking fine unpaid via the council! I visited the council letting them know that we were never aware of being issued a fine - if there is one I would pay it (fine was £80). The said that as fine so old I have to deal direct with clamper who wants £650! IfI dont pay by 11am, they tow my car and charge £200 for doing so -plus £45 a dy costs. I knew nothing of the £80 fine, and simply cannot afford this! What c
  3. Phoenix Collections Unpaid PCN Hi everyone this is the first time I have posted here, I would be grateful if anyone could give me advice with the following. I brought a car last year for £300, but registered it in my wifes name, I did not tell her I had done this, I did this because I had bailiffs pursuing me for unpaid council tax. I then got a parking ticket in a council owned car park which I appealed and this was turned down. I then forgot about it as we were going through a mortgage rescue at the time and keeping a roof over our heads was a priority. The c
  4. i posted a thread a couple of weeks back about having the bailiff at the door for a parking fine. i followed some advise and filled out a te7 &te9 fot tec recieved a letter back now saying it as beed refused. and more of a slap in the face we sent a cheque to the local council and they sent it back saying it is still with the bailiffs.which i find stupid on there part as that would of been there best option of there money because im not paying the bailiff. im a bit worried whats going to happen next as the bailiff have been 2 times im i right in beliving they only can come 3 .
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