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CWAC Council parking fine - close to being referred to Baliffs

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Hi, I have an outstanding parking fine with Cheshire West and Cheshire Council that I can't afford to pay.

 

I have an earlier one that I also couldn't afford to pay which is now with Jacob's baliffs - so i'm preferring that this later one will be referred to Jacobs soon.

 

I'm currently dealing with Jacobs with regards getting a monthly installment agreement in place, but all the numbers on the council paperwork for the 2nd fine are for automated payment lines etc, and I'm wondering if theres anyone I may be able to speak to regarding getting it sorted, does anyone know if theres anyone at councils that I could negotiate with regards to sorting out some time to pay or installments?

 

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Yes there is. I don't know who, but someone - can't you call the main switchboard and ask for someone in Parking? Or email them, or write a letter. If you can get this sorted out before the bailiffs are involved it will not only be easier for you, but also cheaper.

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Hi Jamberson, Yes I did try a few weeks back but had no joy, I will chase it up today on the phone

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Don't give up! A few weeks is long enough for stacks of extra charges to mount up. The sooner you can get hold of someone the better.

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They are normally reluctant to give that number. Go to the precinct behind the town hall and speak to someone face to face.


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I called to discuss - they wouldn't discuss with me arranging any installments and said I HAD to go through Citizens Advice and get Citizens advice to give the council a statement of means - they would then negotiate installments with Citizens advice.

 

I told them I can supply them with a statement of means and negotiate myself, and that there is really no point wasting Citizens Advice's valuable time over this but they wouldn't budge - so looks like I may have to waste some of Citizens Advice's time to get it dealt with!

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