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Hi

 

I received a Notice of Attendance letter today from JBW

 

stating that I owed them £398 for an unpaid parking fine

(which I never received a parking ticket for by Newham council).

 

As my mother has been very ill I have been living with her and so this is the first letter I have seen any correspondence from them (which was hand delivered).

 

I phoned their office and asked if I could pay them in instalments.

 

I was informed that

 

"I could make a payment but it would not stop the bailiff seizing my goods,

and the only way I could stop the process was to pay the amount in full".

 

I informed him that I did not have the full amount,

 

he then informed

 

"he was not my financial adviser and I should find the money by today".

 

The breakdown of the charges are as follows: Balance before today's visit: £140

Attendance to levy: £48

Attendance to remove fee: £210

 

Could someone advise me if this right as I am totally stressed out about this.

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he cannot charge either of those fees.

 

he has not levied on anything.

 

so thus he cannot attend in any vehicle to take anything

so the remove fee is invalid too!

 

I suggest you contact the council ASAP and explain you have received no previous paperwork.

 

dx

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Before even addressing the matter of the fees I notice that you have stated that you had not received notice of the contravention from Newham and that you are at your mothers address.

 

If you had not received a Notice to Owner then you are legally entitled to file an Out of Time witness statement and all enforcement will cease for approx 6 weeks.

 

Can you confirm whether your mother's address is the address where your car is registered and where all notices had (apparently) been sent?

 

Also, does the car have a high value and is it subject to finance?

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he cannot charge either of those fees.

 

he has not levied on anything.

 

so thus he cannot attend in any vehicle to take anything

so the remove fee is invalid too!

 

I suggest you contact the council ASAP and explain you have received no previous paperwork.

 

dx

 

 

DX, with the enforcement of an unpaid PCN, the bailiff can indeed charge "an attending to levy" fee. Where there is a problem is with the application of an "attending to remove" fee at an INITIAL visit and where a prior valid levy had not been undertaken.

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