I here'd a vehicle, allegedly got a PCN, however an old address was given by the hire firm from previous business even though up to date and current details had been given to them. The person that bought my previous property passed (eventually) the debt collection agencies letters onto estate agents, who emailed them to me. I sent a recorded delivery letter to collections agency explaining and offering to pay the original PCN amount, they rejected and have given me 28 days to pay full amount (now about £250).what can I do......Please
Where do I stand, I don't want to, or feel I should pay the increased amount. Its not my fault that the registered keeper has give the wrong details for me. This is what has increased the cost dramatically.
No, I work for a Chauffer company, they efectively hire the cars to us.So its a hire company who is the registered keeper, they then give our details to any PCN related issues. They gave my old details for this one, yet my new details for others. The collection agency aren't fussed, they are just chasing me now.