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  1. Hi, I appealed a bus lane PCN and did not hear anything more of the matter until just recently getting a letter from Equita saying REMOVAL LETTER and that my failure to clear outstanding balance they will now get removal contractors with a baliff to remove goods from my home. does anybody know what i can do to sort this situation? i emailed the council and told them i didnt get any letters and paid the 60£ fine but they said they wrote 3 times and that i need to call the bailiffs now. so far i didnt call the bailiffs. this is what they said happened but i didnt get any o
  2. We have had a terrible exerpeince with this company. Let me make this known from the outset, we settled our council tax debt within 5 days of receiving the intial letter from Equita however our dealings with their representative: [ Mr x; Mr y; Mr z ] (whatever alias he currently uses) was disgusting. My wife made an initial call to the contact number provided on the letter from Equita, but she was immediately transferred to this rude and unintelligent thing they call a Bayliff. My wife asked simply if we could make the repayment of the debt in equal and regular installments (3 mont
  3. Good morning, Not sure where to start with this one, but i have 2 outstanding Liability order for council tax from 10 years ago (when i was 18 years old). I was only aware these orders even existed until earlier this year when i received a letter from Said Council saying they had traced me to the address where i was living at the time and had been for 8years..... I contacted the council asking for a the amounts, legal costs & period in which they had been charged for, They sent me this in writing in May of this year. As i was a single parent at the ti
  4. Hi I would be most grateful if I could get some advice regarding baliff action over a parking fine. I am a single parent who has been unable to work for over 2 years due to a chronic illness. I have a daughter with severe learning difficulties whose behaviour can be very challenging. Similar to the situation I had before I received a parking ticket for not displaying blue badges one day when out with her. Sometimes she gets out the car when we park and storms off. I have to chase after her to keep her safe. On this occasion this is waht happened. I d
  5. A few days ago heard a tap at the door and a bailiff removal notice on the mat foolishly I phoned the bailiff who said he was going to call back that evening to the house to collect all the money or goods. Since then I have been going out of my mind, hiding behind closed doors, terrified of every knock at the door. My council tax payments for this year and last are paid up to date. This is a debt from three years ago when i had a bereavement and financially things went mad I've been making regular payments every month and missed one and now they are demanding payment
  6. I have just received a letter from EQUITA CERTIFIED BAILIFFS. They claim they have been instructed by my council in connection with a Warrant of Execution granted by the Traffic Enforcement Centre at Northampton County Court to recover some arrears. The letter mentions no date on which the alledged offence occurred, no registration details of the car involved, no amount supposedly owing. At first I thought it may be a fraud, but though the phone number and PO box address are different to that on the Equity website, a google search seems to indicate they are genuine. The thin
  7. Today my parents received a letter at their London address (where i dont live since Feb 2011) regarding council tax which i owed of £1003.81 for a Birmingham address. I had a monthly direct debit set-up for some reason ended up failing and being removed, since then this is the first time i have heard from Equita. The letter is under my wife's and my name she is out of work since Feb 2011 til present and i have just started last week. None of us have the funds to pay the amount. The letter posted THROUGH THE DOOR on the 10th Oct 2011 stated: "Payment due in full in 24 hours.....i hav
  8. Help!!! Please. In January I received a letter from Equita with reference to an unpaid congestion charge asking for £198.44 by return. I did not have the whole amount, and so rang them offering to pay £100.00 and the balance £98.44 the following month. The final payment would be paid on 18/2/11. They accepted this amount, I thought, and took £100.00 by card. This morning(10/3/11) at 7.45 a bailiff woke me having clamped my car - he demanded £445.24! On the 'notice of seizure and inventory of Goods' it stated that 'Amount owing' was £185.00 (How can that be right?)
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