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A few months ago, I rang Equita to settle up for my unpaid parking ticket. Even though no Bailiff had come knocking the woman in the call centre said "we're charging X amount, since we have now requested a bailiff to attend." At the time I just paid up. It was around £30.

 

No bailiff had come knocking at the door…at least that's what I assume since there was no evidence of a visit e.g. a letter informing me of a visit and the charges incurred.

 

I have been fuming with myself ever since for paying this money.

 

Through my own stupidity, I now find myself in a similar situation and will be phoning to pay another parking ticket.

 

This time….what should I do if they try to charge me with fees for visits which have not taken place?

 

Should I pay in full? Should I only pay for the fine and the letter fee....refusing to pay the rest? I hate the idea of paying for phantom visits...and then going through months of wrangling to try and get them back.

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Don't pay them anything. Who is your parking ticket from? Is it a council one, a police one or a private one.

 

Pay the money to the people who give you the ticket. If it was a private firm though i wouldn't give them a penny. I would dispute it and say you do not know who waqs driving the car so you are not responsible for the debt. As long as you are not the only one on your insurance you can do this. They would have to have a picture of you getting in and driving the car away to prove it.

 

On the Equita saga they can't charge you for sending a letter, i wouldn't phone them just ignore them. They are bully boys who try to make you pay by sending you threats that they don't follow up. Hope this helps


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