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I recieved a letter off equita demanding a payment of £108 for an unpaid parking fine in January 2004. I had never recieved a parking ticket or notice through the post. I recieved the letter after selling the car (in 2007) that they claim had parked illeaglly. Sefton council refused to speak to me, Equita were only interested in me paying them the money.

 

After advice from my local CAB, I agreed with equita to pay the £108, (even though it wasn't my fine) in two installments the first for £58 and the second for £50. I asked equita to confirm this agreement in writing. Before the second installment was made I recieved a letter from equita demanding over £300. I have written to equita on numerous occasions, asking why the the fine had increased (all of which I have sent recorded delivery) equita have failed to respond, other than send threatening letters demanding payment in full and threatening to take goods to the value of and force entry in my absence.

 

I have tried to speak to people from equita on the phone but they only demand the payment in full.

 

Further to this I have received a further fine from 2006 which again I have no knowledge of.

Can I serve the Council with a S.A.R request for these fines?

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What can I do

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Do you know the name of the bailiff? Check his credentials, here how. Report back if you find an irregularity.

 

If its not your fine, then whose? - and why are you paying it?

 

Did you pay Equita with a credit card? - if yes then hoooooray! you have restitution.

 

You dont need to S.A.R the council, issue one to Equita to get the fee breakdown. Template.

 

The law setting out the fee shcedule for bailiffs is in Schedule 1 of Enforcement of Road Traffic Debts (Certificated Bailiffs) Regulations 1993 and amended in 2003.

 

If you have been overcharged then revert back and we'll show you how to file a form 4 complaint against rthe bailiff for defrauding you in fees.

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