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Hi, I'm hoping someone can help.

I've received a few letters from Scott and Co recently regarding an unpaid parking ticket from 2006 that I fought at the time. All went quite for the best part of 3 years until I recently started getting letters demanding £90.

The thing is, they are address to the wrong name. The surname is the same as my own, and the first name they have is similar - but it's not the correct name (i.e. its not a shortened version, like Bob instead of Robert).

Can I simply return these letters with a note saying the recipient is not known at this address?

Thanks in advance

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yes because if it went back to the court then it would not stand anyway the name has to be spot on on the summens.

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If it was me and I have been in the same situation I would pay the 90.00 and fight after the reason being if the bailiffs get hold of it the fee's will double Mine was 500 odd quid for a 30.00 fine after 4 year's and I never knew I had the ticket till one morningat 5.30 two *** started throwinf stones at my window and said they had a deleivery for me I went to the door as I wasn't fully awake and suffered nearly 2 hour's of hell...

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i give ref to a case i had and it was me v pencraft fenceing and the name was wrong in the same way and the out come was that if you cant get the name right how do we know that the rest of the claim is correct and with that it was thrown out and the claiment also got all the costs and my costs for been there

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Thanks for the replies - to be honest I don't really want to let things get the stage of a summons etc, would a letter to them just now not be enough to deter them?

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I also sent letter's with no reply and when bailiffs turned they said they had had no letter even though it was signed for..

 

90.00 is not alot in comparison to 500 odd so if you know it was your ticket pay it now

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you could send them a letter saying you have received a letter but the name is wrong so can they have the name corected and send you another one so you can pay it then you are not refusing to pay but you want all the paper work in order before you do and it is posible that they may drop it because the court will have to be paid to do this and the claiment has to pay that as it is there misstake.

 

hope that helps...

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