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Wondered if anyone can help.

I have an outstanding parking ticket which I forgot about until i received a letter about it in June of this year (i had since moved house).

I paid the ticket fine (£45) but the payment was returned to me because it was being dealt with by the courts central accounting office. When you phone them you can't get any info re cases and I didn't receive another letter about it and so forgot about it.

I've since moved again and have only just been forwarded some post.

Philips Specialist Baliff and Debt Recovery Agents have written to me 3 times, none of the letters are dated and neither are the envelopes. The letter says that I owe them £320 and that they will come and remove my property etc etc.

I called them first thing this morning (I received the letters last night) and explained I had only just recieved their post and explained why I was only just getting in touch.

According to them the case is over 3 months old - it very possibly is but as I say the letters are not dated so I can't prove/contest this either way - and therefore I cannot agree a payment plan with them.

The advise I need is a) Can I organise a repayment plan b) can I find out a breakdown of their charges?

I am happy to pay, it's my fault but I can't afford to pay the amount in full in one go.

If anyone could help me that would be great.


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did you recive any formal notification from Northampton county court in respecct of this pcn, if not it is possible you could contact them and ask to make a late stat dec in respect of this matter , that should wipe of all the aditional costs that have been added and give you the opportunity to pay the pcn minus bailiff fees , also phillips bailiffs hav been attending an address you do not live at , what they are suppposed to do is to write to you at your new address with the warrant back to stage one , which is first letter stage , which should be the cost of the pcn plus a letter fee only ( about £11 ), . Most councils request warrants to be returned if a change of address is found. Is it a westminster pcn ,

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I did receive a letter about it - hence paid it but had it returned - I wasn't forwarded any further correspondance re this ticket. Therefore it is my fault.

However thanks for the advice re the baliffs; if I give them a new address are they obliged to start back at stage one with the initial letter and letter charge?

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